Abdul Karim Seko said that the Kurdish people denounce the Kurdistan Democratic Party (PDK) moves and stressed that history will record the PDK-affiliated forces' attacks against the Guerrilla forces that fight the Turkish occupation, and stressed the importance of Kurdish unity.
Salih Gado stated that the enemies are the sole beneficiaries of the Kurdish infighting and he also appealed to the PDK not to hinder the Kurdish unity efforts.
Political analyst and writer Mohammad Abu Mahdi believes that the US move to impose sanctions on Turkey will harm the Turkish economy, on the one hand, and may encourage European countries to take similar measures, on the other hand, as the US sanctions have broken Turkey's immunity.
General Council of the Democratic Union Party, the PYD, has indicated that latest event in Basur Kurdistan is a Turkish hatched plot that aims at Kurdish infighting, calling on Kurdistan Democratic Party, the PDK, to find a peaceful solution and open dialogue, and that the Peshmergha Forces must not be a part to plots that are being hatched against our people, as well as the people to foil all plots.
Kurdish politicians and intellectuals said that the recent attack by the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) forces against the guerrilla forces is a dangerous move that came with Turkish dictations and serves its interests, and they emphasized that Kurdistan is going through sensitive conditions that need protecting Kurdish gains.
Ambassadors and representatives of human rights organizations indicated that it is time to have justice done to “those who committed atrocities in Syria and Iraq,” and for his part, Bedran Ciya Kurd called for the establishment of an international court in the autonomous-administrated regions, similar to the Nuremberg court.
The Head of Deir ez-Zor branch of the Future Syria Party (FSP), Mohamed al-Rajab, criticized the ongoing Turkish crimes in north and east Syria and the role of the Russian guarantor, stressing that their dependence in their democratic project is on the people in the first place.
The lawyer of the leader Abdullah Ocalan Mazlûm Dînç pointed out they had sent their report to the European Committee against Torture (CPT), regarding the violation of international laws practiced in Imrali prison, and said," the mission of this committee is to stop torture, not just document it."
Talal Muhammad held as likely the reason for not recognizing the Autonomous Administration (AA), saying: "Some parties do not want to solve the Syrian crisis, foremost the Baathist regime, Turkey, Iran and Russia." He stressed the need to intensify diplomatic efforts for this issue.
A number of political parties in Girkê Legê district and civil institutions in Tirbe Spiye district indicated that any agreement absenting the will and administration of Şengal is unacceptable.
The Chairman of the Counter-Terrorism Committee in the Belgian Parliament,Koen Metsu, said that Turkey violates human rights in northeast Syria (NES), and stressed that the international community should not turn a blind eye and acknowledge this, adding: "The Kurds are courageous, but they need support."