The Co-chair of the Executive Council in the Autonomous Administration of Al-Jaziree region Nazirah Gaweriyah's statement to Hawar news agency came following the meeting held with representatives of the Swedish Foreign Ministry this evening.
After the meetings that brought together the delegation and the Autonomous Administration bodies and institutions, the delegation met this evening, as part of its last stop for the day, with the Executive Council in the Autonomous Administration of Al-Jazeera region, within its headquarters in Amuda district, west of Qamishlo district, northeast Syria.
The delegation received in the building of the Executive Council of the Autonomous Administration of Al-Jazeera region by each of the "the Co-Chairs of the Council, Nazirah Gaweriyah and Talat Younis, the Vice Presidential Co-Presidency Ali Al-Kaoud, and the Co-Presidency Advisor, Jihan Khalil."
The two parties discussed the region's developments, especially after the attacks of the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries and its impact on the humanitarian situation in the region, especially the IDPs.
On the Swedish delegation agendas for the Autonomous Administration in Al-Jazeera region, the Co-Chair of the Executive Council said: The Swedish Foreign Ministry's visit to the Executive Council is the continuation of bilateral relations between the two parties and came to confirm the Swedish government's support for the AANES on the humanitarian and political levels.
She added that the Swedish delegation confirmed its government's support to the Autonomous Administration in the European Union and the United Nations Council at the political level, and will work to represent it in everything related to the future of the Syrian crisis talks, and support their humanitarian organizations.
The Swedish delegation, which includes "the head of the delegation, the special envoy for the Syrian file in the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Per Ornius, responsible for the humanitarian file and aid at the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Thomas Marcus, and the advisor at the European Institute for Peace, Aven Gettin.