Last week, in a letter to the President of the European Parliament, David Sassoli, 68 members of the European Parliament called on him to investigate and collect information about crimes committed by Turkey and it's mercenaries in north and east of Syria, besides demanding to open dialogue with the Autonomous Administration.
Commenting on this, member of the Administrative Body in the Foreign Relations Department of the Autonomous Administration, Abdul Rahman Salman, has appreciated highly position of the European MPs, saying '' this position signifies that one day justice will be done''.
Salman indicated that crimes that being committed by Turkey and it's mercenaries in north and east Syria breach all international laws and standards, and all heavenly creeds and principles too, saying: '' residents of these occupied areas are no longer able to live in their territories safely, so they leave''.
The MPs indicated in their letter to Sassoli that victims of these crimes are primarily Kurds who fled from atrocities and are now in the areas controlled by the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, calling on Sassoli to open dialogue with the Autonomous Administration.
In this relation, member of the Administrative Body in the Foreign Relations Department, Abdul Rahman Salman, stressed that the Autonomous Administration welcomes this initiative. Saying : '' the Autonomous Administration is always ready and responds to any initiative to solve the Syrian crisis''.
Salman concluded by stressing that they proceed to work in compliance with international standards in all domains, and that they are ready to do their best to provide help to any committee to find facts in north and east Syria.