The Joint President of the General Council of the Autonomous Administration in North and East of Syria, during an interview with Hawar News Agency, on the importance of the Syrian-Syrian dialogue in resolving the Syrian crisis, and the extent of the impact of the Turkish occupation on resolving the Syrian crisis, and what is the only way to solve the problem in The Joint President of the General Council of the Autonomous Administration perspective.
The joint president of the General Council began by saying: Through the Syrian crisis and the international conflict on the ground, the more we can achieve victories and the closer the crisis comes to the solution, as we see the regional states are playing in the Syrian file mixing the cards again, in order to implement external plans, especially on the file Idlib, or the invasion of the Autonomous Administration areas.
"The most prominent agenda that Turkey is working on is the forced displacement of the people of the region, which aims to restore terrorism to northern and eastern Syria and the areas it has occupied," she said.
She addressed the issue of the solution and the options before them by saying "We believe that the solution to the crisis will only be achieved through the Syrian-Syrian dialogue, and we hope that the Syrian government will start a constructive dialogue that will end the crisis in Syria," she said.
"Russia has played the role of mediator between the Autonomous Administration and the central government in Damascus, and we expect from them steps to start resolving the Syrian crisis in general, and the north and east of Syria in particular." She added.
And about the obstacles that delay the solution of the Syrian crisis, Siham Qureiu said "The Syrians are able to resolve the crisis through dialogue, and what hinders the solution are international interests in the region, which are not over considering the recent differences and tensions between The United States and Iran and the attempt to re-produce ISIS are the most prominent obstacles.
Siham Qureiu stressed that foreign interventions, particularly the Turkish occupation and support for one side without another, deepen and complicate the crisis, and when the external parties leave, the Syrians will solve their outstanding problems among themselves.
"As an Autonomous-Administration, they see no alternative to resolving the crisis except through constructive dialogue between Syrians themselves, and all parties must believe in this," Siham Quryu, The Joint President of the General Council of the Autonomous Administration in North and East of Syria concluded .