Abbas: We warned ENKS from collaborating with Turkish state 

The Secretary-General of the Kurdistan Rally Party, Mohammad Abbas, warned the Kurdish National Council (ENKS) against establishing relations that harm the Kurdish people with the occupying Turkish state, and called for the council to strengthen relations with the Autonomous Administration.

Abbas criticized the foundations of the relationship between ENKS and the Turkish state, and said, "Responsible for developing and enabling relations between ENKS and the Turkish occupation is the Kurdistan Democratic Party" (PDK).

Abbas added, "There have never been good relations between the Kurds and the Turkish occupation. Turkey continues its genocide against the Kurds, Armenians and Syriacs, in addition to its ethnic cleansing of these components."

Warning against association with Turkey

He talked about their efforts in seeking to avoid the Kurdish National Council in the collaboration with the occupying Turkish state, noting they tried repeatedly to warn Kurdish National Council in the exclusion its self from the association with the Turkish state which is known to hostile the Kurds."

Abbas indicated that the KDP seeks to harness the Kurdish struggle in favor of the Turkish occupation, and continued, saying, "We have warned Masoud Barzani and the Kurdistan Democratic Party not to develop these relations with the Turkish side."

Regarding the recent visit of the Kurdish National Council to Turkey, Abbas said: “ENKS’s goal of that visit is to fulfill the wishes of the KDP, to show the world that the Kurds are with the Turkish occupation and not with their national issues.”

Abbas called that "the parties of the Kurdish National Council must join the Autonomous Administration, which has collected their rights despite the fact that the Syrian government does not recognize this."

At the end of his speech, the Secretary-General of the Kurdistan Rally Party, Mohammad Abbas, called on the Kurdish National Council to return to its position on its relationship with the Turkish state, and to return to the Kurdish people and parties because the enemy targets all Kurds.

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ANHA


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