- Following up the Resistance of the Age in the second stage, the situation of the people who are residing in al-Shahba, and the activities that support the Resistance of the Age.
- Following up the latest developments about the attacks of the Turkish occupation army on the lands of north and east Syria, Başûr (South Kurdistan) and the lawful defense zones, and the operations of the People's Defense Forces (HPG) against the Turkish occupation army.
- The residents of the city of Qamishlo march in protest against the attacks of the Turkish occupation on the of legitimate defense and Başûr Kurdistan areas and its violations against the people of Afrin, at 10:00, in front of the roundabout Osman Sabri in the city of Qamishlo. (Photo and video attachment).
- The families of the martyrs in Qamishlo showed their support for the strict position of the Kurdish parties to prosecute Daesh mercenaries in northern and eastern Syria. They called for the court to be under international auspices and questioned any right that some countries call for the formation of an international tribunal to charge mercenaries outside the north and east of Syria. (Photo and video attachment).
- The head of the branch of the Future Syria's Party in the Euphrates region Azad Oso said that the conflict in Idlib comes as a result of the incompatibility between the Russian and Turkish plans for the region, stressing that resolving the crisis in Idlib and the entire Syrian homeland is possible through the Syrian dialogue. (Photo and video attachment).
- The Egyptian journalist and specialist in the Syrian and Kurdish affairs Muhsen Awadallah confirmed that the statements of leader Ocalan in resolving the Syrian crisis touch reality and represent the "lifeline for Syria and its people from the civil war that has destroyed Man and stone in the Levant land since 2011." "The international community must support the experience of the Autonomous Administration." he said.
Culture and art
- The site of the Mozan Hill site is an ancient, archaeological, dating back thousands of years BC, but the hill also fell victim to the ongoing war. UNESCO-listed Mozan Hill is waiting for more attention and care. (Photo and video attachment).