Leaked information and documents indicate that the Turkish intelligence (MIT) held a meeting in Istanbul for the so-called "National Coalition of the Revolutionary and Syrian Opposition Forces" led by representatives of the Turkish state and the Kurdish National Council in Syria.
The meeting, which took place in Istanbul without clarifying the place of the meeting, was attended by Kurdish National Council member Abdul Hakim Bashar and renegade officer Abdul Basit Abdul Latif, who is currently the secretary general of the Syrian National Coalition.
The meeting resulted in the promotion of the PYD as a terrorist, while the meeting discussed that after a possible military campaign in northern and eastern Syria, the PYD's authority would be terminated and handed over to the Kurdish National Council in Syria (ENKS).
At a time when French diplomats are making great efforts to create a suitable ground and atmosphere to create a rapprochement between the Kurdish National Council and the Democratic Autonomous Administration, the Turkish state and representatives of the Kurdish National Council resort to meetings with the National Coalition of the Revolutionary and Opposition Forces of Syria, and what is exciting in the leaked documents about the meeting is the talk of the National Council member Abdul Hakim Bashar, who spoke and joined the meeting on behalf of the Kurdish National Council.
According to the documents that appeared with pictures on social media shows that a meeting was held on June 27, chaired by Turkish intelligence(MIT) in Istanbul with the so-called components of the Syrian opposition, the National Coalition of the Revolutionary Forces and the Syrian opposition, but this meeting was convened by the Kurdish National Council The meeting, which was chaired by representatives of the Turkish intelligence, included "discussions on the recent situation in Afrin and how to activate the work of the committees of the regions".
As representatives of the Kurdish National Council, the Vice-Presidency of the Kurdish National Council, Abdul Hakim Bashar, the Secretary-General Abdul Basit Abdul Latif, a member of the Administrative Committee of the Kurdish National Council, Nazir Hakim, Abdullah Kadu, and a member of the Administrative Council of the Kurdish National Council, Faisal Yusuf participated in the meeting.
While a delegation from the National Coalition and representatives of the city of Afrin, namely: "Mahmoud Noah Group, Wajih Arab Group, Wajih Arab Secretary known as Hanan, Saif Abu Bakr, Anas Sheikh Wes, and the leader of mercenary groups Ahmed Berri, Captain Mustafa Zeer, for the Sultan Group Murad Wael al-Sidi, and the Council of al-Bab Abu Ibrahim al-Tewil. "
The meeting focused on the latest developments in the Syrian arena, which is noteworthy is the participation of administrators from the Kurdish National Council, jurists from Afrin living in Turkey, as well as cultural entities. What is striking at the meeting is the speech of the presidency of the Kurdish National Council and the former Kurdish Democratic Party Secretary Abdul Hakim Bashar.
Bashar, who spoke as if he was one of the officials and leaders of the Mit and the Turkish intelligence, described the PYD as a terrorist and called on the Kurds in Syria not to cooperate with it permanently.
"We will strengthen our relations with Turkey, and we will work on dialogue and communication with all the Syrian components in the region," he said.
After a possible military campaign against northern and eastern Syria, the administration of the region should be handed over to the Kurdish National Council
The Secretary-General of the National Coalition assessed the interventions of the personalities who participated from Afrin in the meeting and said during that "such meetings should be intensified," saying: "Through these we can overcome obstacles and transfer proposals to officials in the Turkish state."
Participants in the meeting, who came from Afrin, focused on the violations of armed groups belonging to the Turkish state. The participants also cited that the administrators who were appointed by the Turkish state found guilty of corruption and theft in the city, which gives a negative picture. They noted that these violations would have bad effects on the National Coalition of the Revolutionary and Opposition Forces on both the National Assembly and the Turkish state, a point that may benefit the PYD. They called for an end to these violations, and called for controlling the spread of weapons and security chaos.
Further leaks from the meeting indicate that representatives of the National Council and the Syrian Coalition discussed the possibility of launching an occupation operation against northern and eastern Syria, ending the PYD's authority over the region and handing it over to the Kurdish National Council.