KNK delegation visits the Tribes and Dignitaries' Council in Dêrik

A delegation of members of the Kurdistan National Congress (KNK) visited the Tribes and Dignitaries Council in Dêrik to discuss the second phase of the initiative launched by KNK to unite the Kurdish rank and reach a national Kurdish congress that serves the requirements of the Kurdish people.

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The delegation of the Kurdistan National Congress included Mustapha Mashayek, Ezzedine Fatmi, Daria Ramadan and the co-chair of the Kurdistan Struggle Party Khonav Mulla. They were received by the member of the Kurdistan National Congress, the spokesman of the Tribes Council and Sheikh Sinan Ahmed, and the general and administrative coordinator of the council Hawas Jadea as well as clans and dignitaries of Dêrik.

The meeting was held at the Tribes and Dignitaries Council in Dêrik, where KNK member Mustapha Mashaykh said: "The stage we are going through now is very sensitive and difficult in Syria in general and in north and east of Syria in particular."

"We must work under the roof of the Kurdistan National Congress to achieve a Kurdish congress that fulfills the demands and objectives of the Kurdish people," he said, stressing that the Kurdistan National Congress formed two committees, a committee to document the political program and organize and follow up the work, as well as a committee to visit parties and civil society institutions, unions to unite the Kurdish rank in issuing a common decision that serves the hopes and demands of the Kurdish people.

He went on, "We are entering a new phase, especially after Daesh elimination which the world is anticipating its elimination announcement by the Syrian Democratic Forces to liberate the world from terrorist groups. Everyone is required to work on the sacrifices made by our forces on the battlefields to preserve the gains our children achieved with their blood against terrorist groups and living in peace on their historic land. "

"We must coordinate and work together to unify the ranks in building a decentralized democratic federal Syria that preserves all components and peoples in Syria without excluding any party," Mashaykh said.

On his part, the general and administrative coordinator of the Tribes and Dignitaries Council Hawss Jadea said: "The Tribes and Dignitaries Council played a positive role in participating in all conferences and forums that serve the unity of the Kurdish rank and solve social and other problems in the region."

He concluded by saying: "We as the Tribes and Dignitaries Council welcome the initiative of the Kurdistan National Congress to unify a common vision that serves the interests of the Kurdish people and all the people in the region and we confirm our support and participation in it."

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