BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:10 A.M.) – The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Council recently met with the Syrian government in Damascus city, the pro-government Al-Watan newspaper reported on Tuesday.

According to the Al-Watan report, a number of Kurdish officials traveled to Damascus to meet with  the Syrian government, including a number of members from the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

This is the second round of talks held between the SDC and Syrian government since the start of

The Syrian Democratic Council (SDC) went for new talks on local administration and decentralization, al-Watan cited its co-chair Riad Darar as saying on Tuesday.

“All the discussions happening now are … to find out the other side’s point of view,” he said. The talks “need a lot of reflection to make decisions, and so the matter was left to other meetings”.

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Long Live Syria

War was never a solution to any problem. Taking the Gun in hand has brough nothing but death & destruction. Hope all the people of all faiths & beliefs will learn to live together in Syria peacefully now onwards. Enough of War, Enough of Death & Destruction. Time to recreate a new life and a new Syria.

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Unfortunately, there are more than 100k roaches left in Idlib…

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Tell this to Israel-USA-NATO, everybody else understand this.

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

If Kurds are acting honestly, ¿ why are they still training by USA ? ¿ why are they still accepting USA-NATO weapons ? ¿ why are they still accepting USA-NATO military basis in Syria land ? ¿ why do they want to become independent of Syria ? ¿ why haven’t they pass the control of Syria land (where they are) to Syria government ?…….Kurds are not trustworthy people yet.

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Leave the Kurds to fend for themselves until they are desperate, do not spend even one SAA life on them. Do not be hasty to make any deal with these traitors who change sides at a whim. Let them become the next FFCW attack victim of the west. They know their time is limited and are desperate for an alliance with Assad or they would not be wanting to talk. Wait until daesh is completely dead, Turkey has obliterated the Kurd forces and the US has no more use for them. Then talk and see what demands they make. This… Read more »