"Before I came here I had a lot of positive expectations about the experience of Autonomous Administration management in the north," Orinoz told ANHA agency that his visit to northeastern Syria would have future results on the political relations between it and Sweden. "
A senior Swedish delegation visited the northern and eastern regions of Syria on June 18, including the Swedish envoy to the Syrian issue Ber Orinoz, the Syrian official at the Swedish Foreign Ministry Cariwan Wenberkh, the head of the (SEDA) program in Lebanon, Berdans, and the representative of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria in Sweden and Scandinavia Stir Kuradaghi and the legal adviser Avin Jetin. The delegation met with representatives of the administration of North and East Syria and the Commander-in-Chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces Mazloum Abdi.
The Swedish government seeks to develop its relations with Autonomous Administration
"We are here two days ago to develop our relationship with each other, how to develop cooperation, and how to overcome the obstacles that prevent them," he said.
Orinoz stressed the importance of continuing to work together and strengthen those relations between the parties. He said in this context: "Before my visit to the region many expectations were in my mind, and in fact these expectations were met and more, We will continue to cooperate with you on many points. "
The Swedish envoy stressed the need for continued cooperation between them and representatives of the regions of northern and eastern Syria, especially in the fight against Daesh mercenaries. "The battle against Daesh is not yet over and we must cooperate more forcefully and intensify our efforts than we have done together to honor the martyrs and the war-wounded who have made precious efforts to eradicate terrorism, those who sacrificed their lives and who lost parts of their bodies, give the best for all humanity. "
"I am impressed by the democratic project and the role that women play in the Autonomous Administration and cooperation between different components," Orinoz said, describing the Autonomous Administration as the leader in the field of democracy and women's freedom.
The Swedish delegation, which visited the Autonomous Administration areas of northern and eastern Syria, stressed their support for the projects serving the region. He pointed out the need for coordination on future projects, especially in the field of health, education, services and humanitarian affairs.