Barsoum: With ​​Ocalan's visions, we can map Syrian future

Sinharib Barsoum said that they can draw a map Syria's future with the visions of leader Ocalan, "Leader Ocalan's initiative is a peace initiative, an initiative to end wars and conflicts, an initiative for coexistence."

Leader Ocalan's lawyers met him on May 22 and made a public statement on May 26, his lawyers explained that the leader called hunger strikers to end their strike because their demands had been met. Ocalan's lawyers said the leader indicated that he would "play a positive role in solving the Syrian crisis, if the conditions helped."

In the context of the statements of leader Ocalan in resolving the Syrian crisis, our agency interviewed the co-chair of the Syriac Union Party Sinharib Barsoum: "When we talk about the Syrian crisis, we talk about a complex crisis," and the absence of any signs of a political solution to the Syrian crisis after nine years despite that fact that conferences such as the Geneva and Astana were held.

" Contrarily, today we find that the international community is moving towards the formation of a constitution committee with the exclusion of many political and active forces on the ground, that is, the political solution they intend to start paves the way for other conflicts in the future through this exclusion, noting that North and East Syria has always demanded to be part of the political solution to the Syrian crisis.

Ocalan has visions to find appropriate solutions to the Syrian crisis

"We are fully aware of the extent of his visions of the problems in Syria and the deep-rooted problems in the Middle East. He has several studies in this regard, and he has the vision to find a suitable solution away from international interests for the wars ongoing in Syria, and many Middle Eastern countries."

He pointed out to the leader of the Kurdish people, Abdullah Ocalan, his brilliant honesty and his positive role in solving the problems of the peoples of the Middle East and the Syrian people. He said: "These visions confirm the unity of Syria, this demand is ours and all Syrians and is included in all UN resolutions."

With Ocalan's visions, we can map Syria's future map

Barsoum drew attention to the message sent by the leader of the Kurdish people Abdullah Ocalan to the Syriac people in Newroz 2015, saying: "Through the letter Ocalan sent to the people of Syria, we see the extent of vision the leader Ocalan has to the problems of the Syrian people and the peoples of the Middle East, we appreciate this letter which made recommendations, including a solution to the Syrian crisis."

The co-chair of the Syriac Union Party Sinharib Barsoum indicated that they can count on Ocalan's ideas for a democratic, pluralistic, and participatory Syria shared by all its children.

" Parties, Democratic Autonomous Administration and the of Democratic Syrian Council in the north and east of Syria demand the guarantee of the rights of all cultural, social and political components, and without the entrenchment of these rights within the constitution, Syria will not have a radical solution within Syria." Said Saharib Barsoum.

He stressed the need to take the initiative of leader Ocalan into consideration and the regional countries to give him the green light to activate this initiative, and said: "especially after the failure of all international attempts to find a solution to the Syrian crisis."

He pointed out that the regimes in the Middle East are still suffering from a monotonous mentality and are always striving to build a chauvinistic state of one character and one language, and one nationality. "This one color is the foundation of crises in the Middle East," noting that Ocalan opposes unilateralism. Therefore, the initiative he launched requires significant concessions by the regional powers and the Syrian regime.

The co-chair of the Syriac Union Party appealed to the Syrian people to adopt the ideas of leader Ocalan, "Leader Ocalan's initiative is a peace initiative, an initiative to end wars, to end conflicts, an initiative for coexistence." Sinharib concluded.

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ANHA


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