With the continued failure of all endeavors and international meetings to find a solution to the Syrian crisis, and in light of the intervention of many international and regional parties in the Syrian crisis, the voices calling for a Syrian-Syrian dialogue rise as the only way to solve the Syrian crisis.
The member of the organizational office of the Future Syria Party, al-Jazeera branch, Ahmed As’ad said in a statement to our agency that nine years of conflict and the Syrian crisis confirm that there is no solution except through the Syrian-Syrian dialogue.
As’ad noted that the international and regional powers that claim to seek for solving the Syrian crisis are dishonest and work to implement their agendas. Accordingly, As’ad saw that the Syrian-Syrian dialogue is the only way to achieve peace and democracy throughout Syria, stressing at the same time that the outside meetings that convene to solve the crisis do not lead to a solution because every country works according to its agendas.
As’ad pointed out that the external interventions were the main reason for reaching Syria to this difficult stage. Nine years of displacement, killing and destruction were at external hands, not Syrian hands.
As’ad affirmed that the Turkish occupation state had the greatest role in the complexity of the Syrian crisis, as it interfered in all the problems that led to this crisis, whether in al-Ghouta, Aleppo or Idlib, and he continued saying: “In addition to the other areas that were occupied directly such as Afrin, Serêkaniyê and Girê Spî, they displaced the people of those areas. Turkey has the first sabotage role in all parts of Syria.”
The member of the organizational committee of the Future Syria Party, al-Jazeera branch, said at the end of his speech that the Future Syria Party considers that the solution for the Syrian crisis is possible through the Syrian – Syrian dialogue. all the Syrian forces whose hands have not stained with the Syrian blood should meet with each other because the Syrian people want peace, democracy and decentralization.”