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”.