"The Turkish state seeks, through its continuous attacks on all of Kurdistan, that the Kurds will not reach their rights, and this is not a way for a solution, and if it really wants a democratic solution, it should go to Imrali," she said.
Badran Çiya Kurd said that the understandings that came out of Astana are to satisfy Turkey, and its results come in the context of camouflage and coverage of its occupational projects. He emphasized that there are thousands of terrorists in the regions occupied by Turkey, saying, "This terrorism and its supporters must be fought instead of walking behind Turkey", indicating that Turkey is the only obstacle to resolving the Syrian crisis.
Syrian political analyst Ghiath Naissa pointed out that the statement of the Astana meeting between Russia, Turkey and Iran demonstrated the hostility of these countries to the democratic project proposed by the autonomous administration and said, "The defeat of the project of autonomous administration will mean breaking the back of the Syrian democratic movement for decades, and throwing our country as a prey between the claws of regional and international powers."
Saleh Keddo made clear that Turkey’s goal is clear which is the extermination of the Kurdish people, criticizing the international and regional collusion, calling on the Kurdistan forces to join ranks, stand against the Turkish attacks and put an end to them.
Jurist, Mohamed Amin Al-Nuaimi explained that the crimes of the Turkish occupation state are punishable by international law. He stressed the need for the international community to initiate an international call against the perpetrators of crimes before the International Criminal Court, as they endanger international peace and security.
Head of the Future Syria Party, Ibrahim al-Qaftan, indicated that the unity of the Kurdish rank is guarantee for the unity of all components in Syria. He warned the Syrians against the expansionist aims of the Turkish state in the region.
Two members of the Future Syria Party indicated that the Turkish occupation army is intensifying its attacks on the northern and eastern regions of Syria with the aim of forming a new Janissary army, emptying the areas of its indigenous population, change the demography of the region, and revive the Ottomans in it.
The Future Syria Party stressed the need for the Syrian political parties to play their role in exposing Turkish crimes and policies aimed at tearing the Syrian fabric and transforming the region into an area of internal conflicts. It made it clear that Turkey fears the democratic system in northern and eastern Syria.
The head of the Kurdish Tribes Council in Al-Hasakah drew attention to the fact that the Kurdish parties in general are required to show a spirit of responsibility and make concessions to make this rapprochement successful. He said, "Turkey should not be allowed to more occupations, and it is necessary to stand together for the success of the expected Kurdish unity."
The Arab National Body clarified that the Turkish occupation army targets the entire Syrian sovereignty, and demanded that the Syrian forces and political parties to be one hand with joint single position and voice to deter the Turkish occupation attacks.
Member of the Union of Intellectuals in Al-Hasakah - Al-Jazeera branch, stated that political parties must build a Kurdish national unity and reach a unified vision to confront and stand in the face of attacks by the Turkish occupation, and end the persecution of the Kurdish people.
The Democratic Syrian Council condemned the attack on the village of Hallinj, describing it as one of a series of crimes by the fascist regime in Ankara, from the Kurdistan region of Iraq to the north and east of Syria to Libya and Yemen, calling on international organizations to take immediate and rapid action to curb the devastation caused by the Turkish occupation forces and its mercenaries in the occupied Syrian territories.