Bashir Mulla Nawaf, the Member of the Intellectuals' Union in al-Jazira region stated that Turkey uses the agendas of other countries to implement its plans, and said: "Sending mercenaries to legitimate defense zones will pose a great danger to the countries of the Middle East, not only to the Kurds."
Hikmat Al-Habib stated that the Syrian government claims protecting the sovereignty of Syria and patriotism, but in reality, it does the opposite, and he noted that it is the duty of the Arab League to put an end to the Turkish aggression, because Turkey seeks to annex the Arab countries and end the role of the League.
Politicians and citizens denounced the KDP-Iraqi government agreement, calling on the two governments not to interfere in the affairs of the Yazidis in Şengal.
The European Democratic Powers Union (DGB) demanded the release of ex-HDP co-chairs Selahattin Demirtaş and Figen Yüksekdağ and all political prisoners.
Member of the Kurdistan National Congress Committee (KNK), Darya Ramadan, confirmed that the Turkish state fears free women's struggle, in response to the arrest of the activist, Leila Guven.
The co-chair of the Lawyers Union in Al-Jazeera region, Shahin Lali, indicated that the Turkish state does not abide by the human rights laws and charters issued in 1948.
The heads and secretaries of political parties criticized the silence of Russia and the Damascus government about the repeated Turkish attacks on the regions of northern and eastern Syria, and emphasized that the two countries are capable of curbing Turkey, but they prefer their interests with Turkey to the presence of the Kurdish people.
Akram Hasso said: The Turkish occupation's transferring of Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham, commonly referred to as (Tahrir al-Sham), is an active Sunni Islamist militant group involved in the Syrian Civil War and the Turkestan Islamic Party to Haftanin Zones, proves its failing attacks and endeavor to change the demography of the region.
The Secretary-General of the Syrian Change and Renaissance Party, Mustafa Qalaa Ji, confirmed that the Astana tripartite is not fit to sponsor the Syrian political process, and he also called on all Syrians to stand in one trench to defend Syria.
Both the Rally of Secular Syrian Democrats in Al-Suwayda and the National Coordination Committee greeted the resistance of the Syrian Democratic Forces, the SDF in the Ain Issa district, where the grouping indicated that the Damascus government and Russia are using Turkey as a pressure card, while the Committee considered that Ain Issa case, tests the Syrian patriotism.
The administrative member of the executive body of the Kurdistan National Congress - Rojava, Abeer Hassaf, called on the Kurdistan Democratic Party to sit at the dialogue table and favor the Kurdish interest over the partisan interest, stressing that any Kurdish fighting would pave the way for the enemies of the Kurdish cause by committing more genocides against the Kurds thus hindering Kurdish unity.
The Coordinator of the Coalition of Secular and Democratic Syrians in Al-Suwayda, Samir Azzam, confirmed that the "Evil and Terrorism" axis represented by the Astana Trio, continues its bargains at the expense of the Syrians, and indicated that they are striking the Syrian liberation movement, embodied by the SDF and its political council.