A high-level delegation from the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria visited the Swiss city of Geneva and held a meeting that ended yesterday, which lasted for three days with political and diplomatic representatives of a number of European countries, and international political, human rights and humanitarian organizations.
The delegation of NE, Syria included "The vice Joint presidency of the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria Badran Jia Kurd, co-chair of the Executive Council of the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria, Berivan Khaled, co-chair of Democratic Autonomous Administration DAA in Al-Jazeera region Nazera Qoriyah , vice joint presidency of the Department of Foreign Relations in the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria, Fener al-Kait, spokesman of SDF Keno Gabriel, Director of the Office of Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria in Geneva, Hikmat Ibrahim, Director of the Syrian Center for Studies and Dialogue Nasser Haji Mansour."
On the European side, representatives of foreign ministries from many European countries and international humanitarian, political and human rights organizations attended, at high official levels representing those countries.
Discussions focused on key issues in northern and eastern Syria in particular, and the situation in Syria in general.
The meeting addressed the situation in the occupied territories and the international silence about violations
The delegation of Autonomous Administration is a comprehensive reading of the development of the situation after the attacks by the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries on the areas of NE, Syria, especially the recent attacks on the areas of Serêkaniyê and Girê Spî/Tel Abyad, and the subsequent international understandings and political developments, and the reading showed the extent of violations by the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries in the region.
The meeting also addressed the situation in Afrin and the international silence about what is being practiced against the people in that region by the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries, and, the delegation of northeastern Syria noted that the terrible international silence is pushing the crisis into more and more complicating, and creating a state of clarity in the region.
SDF and AA continues to fight ISIS in coordination with the coalition
The delegation of NE, Syria also confirmed the continuation of the active efforts of the SDF and the administration to combat ISIS cells and other terrorist groups that emerged in the area after the attacks, in coordination with the International Coalition forces to fight ISIS.
Emphasizing the seriousness of the ISIS mercenaries' file internationally and regionally and the need to support Autonomous Administration
The meeting also touched upon the file of ISIS mercenaries, and discussed the fight against its cells, its elements who are detained in AA's prisons, as well as the families of mercenaries in the camps.
The meeting noted the magnitude and seriousness of this issue at all levels, Syrian, regional and international, noting that the issue of ISIS is an international and regional issue and that it has serious and very important political, human, community, cultural and security dimensions.
The meeting stressed the need to take the issue of ISIS, their families and their children seriously, support Autonomous Administration and cooperation with it in this regard, and the need for the international community to take the necessary responsibility to find a solution to this issue.
Autonomous Administration continued its work despite the attacks
The discussions highlighted the efforts of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria to serve the people, and the extent of its commitment to providing the requirements of the region, as well as the extent of the suffering and pressures to which the administration is subjected amid this huge amount of military, political, economic and media attacks by many parties at different stages, but the fact that has been confirmed in this context was the ability of the administration to diminish and respond to these attacks, and the continued administration's functioning despite difficulties, explaining that the administration is capable of survival and continuity.
The foreign meeting noted that the past short period had been sufficient for the world to understand the seriousness and resilience of the administration in the midst of the huge number of attacks it had.
In this context, representatives of the European countries participating in the meeting promised to provide assistance and support at all levels for the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria, to help them to develop and progress.
Autonomous Administration is ready to negotiate with all the parties involved in the Syrian affairs
The delegation of Autonomous Administration during the meeting confirmed that they are committed theoretically and practically to the ethical principles of clean policy, through its outstretched hand in all directions to maintain good neighborly relations, and develop relations at all levels and at various levels, and that it is ready to meet and negotiate in principle with all the powers and states involved in the Syrian issue, he said, that this is a necessity for a political solution.
Emphasis on the need for Autonomous Administration to participate in international meetings on Syria
The meeting highlighted international, regional and local meetings to resolve the Syrian crisis, and the need for the active participation of Autonomous Administration in the ongoing international negotiations in Geneva, and other forums in accordance with Resolution 2254, within the framework of a unified, decentralized and democratic Syria, protecting all its components and rights, and stressed Representatives of European countries present in the decision-making positions to ensure the active participation of Autonomous Administration, said that NE, Syria has become a model for the undisputed solute on.
The meeting stressed the importance of this meeting and the resulting views, and said that it would take serious decisions on crucial issues, but most of them stressed the need for such serious, productive and frank meetings to continue.