In order to unite the Kurdish ranks in Rojava, the Kurdistan National Conference- Rojava launched an initiative on January 1, and after a series of meetings with political, cultural and social forces and blocs within the region, 28 parties and blocs joined the initiative and decided to hold a conference to unity the Kurdish rank. However, some Kurdish parties evaded this initiative.
In this regard, the Secretary General of the KDP-Syria, Abdul Karim Siko, stresses the necessity of the commitment of all Kurdish parties and blocs in Rojava to the initiative of the Kurdistan National Conference - Rojava. He said: "Through the Kurdish conference unite Kurdish forces and these forces will be able to lead the political process in Rojava."
Abdul Karim Siko called on all Kurdish parties, even unlicensed under the law of political parties in the region of the island, to join the initiative of the Kurdistan National Conference - Rojava and the conference it is supposed to be held during the month of September, He said: "The door is open to everyone to participate in the establishment of the largest Kurdish political reference."
He noted that the parties that fought the project of Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria have an opportunity to return and political work inside the Syrian territory and get rid of their dependence abroad.
He pointed out that Turkey is serious in its threats regarding the areas of northern and eastern Syria. The aim of these threats is to end the Kurdish presence in Syria, He pointed out the need for all Kurdish parties to take Turkish threats seriously and to move towards unity of the Kurdish rank.
Abdel Karim Siko said that the stage requires all political forces in Syria to support the People and Women Protection Units (YPG, YPJ) and SDF because they are the best model for defending the homeland and the people. Because it managed to defeat "terrorism", he said: "Therefore, there must be a Kurdish reference to support these forces and build a policy aimed at achieving all the rights of the Kurdish people in Syria."