In two separate meetings held in the northern regions of the Syrian city of Deir ez-Zor closed to the media, between the Deir ez-Zor Civil Council and the tribal leaders and Arab tribes in the region, and a delegation from the State Department and the US defense, the parties stressed the need to find a political solution to the Syrian crisis in accordance with Security Council resolutions 2254.
The first meeting was held yesterday between the Joint Presidency of the Deir ez-Zor Civil Council Ghassan al-Yusuf, Leila Hassan, the US special envoy to Syria James Jeffrey, US envoy to the International Coalition in Syria and Iraq, William Robak, commander of the US armies in Syria and Iraq Blac Miran.
According to reliable sources from Deir ez-Zor Civil Council, the two sides touched upon the recent political developments in the North and East of Syria and Syria in general, and the obstacles that prevent reaching to comprehensive solutions to the Syrian crisis and the solutions that satisfy all the parties of the internal and external opposition and the regional and international powers in the Syrian crisis.
Jeffery in the meeting focused on some points :US and the Global Coalition are working to reach a comprehensive solutions which are" eliminating Daesh and the sleeper cells and the departure of the foreign troops from Syria till reaching a political solution according the resolution 2254 of the UN.
Jeffrey stressed that the United States is currently seeking to urge some countries of the coalition to increase the number of military forces in the region, and support the capabilities of the region, and support the political side to represent the real components of the region in the next political process, as well as to prevent any kind of aggression on areas of north and east of Syria.
For his part, the co-chair Ghassan al-Yousef, talked about the difficulties of the region in terms of security, political and social fields, and called for the need for support at various levels, especially the representation of the Autonomous Administration of northern and eastern Syria in future negotiations, with all the Syrian parties to ensure a just solution to the Syrian crisis.
According to ANHA's reporters, the two parties held separate meetings, the first included the council and the American delegation. The second included the council, the visiting delegation, and a large number of tribal leaders, and the important results would serve the region at various levels.