Egyptian jurist and researcher Muhammad Mukhtar explained that the international community succumbs to Turkish pressure, so it remains silent about the chemical attacks it is waging against Syria and Iraq.
The Deputy President of the Executive Council of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, Joseph Lahdo, renewed the administration's desire to establish a constructive dialogue with the Damascus government in order to reach a solution to the Syrian crisis, which is close to completing its eleventh year.
Aldar Khalil confirmed that the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria and the Democratic Union Party, PYD, are ready for direct dialogue with Damascus Government, and noted that the Autonomous Administration is an important democratic project for all of Syria.
Armenian scholar Ara Ashgian condemned the Turkish threats made against north eastern Syria indicating they are an indication of the process of the genocidal policies that was adopted by the Ottoman Empire and Turkey against Kurds, Armenians, Syriacs and Arabs.
Journalist Berdogan Kemal said about the attacks of the Turkish occupation state that the Turkish state has been using internationally banned chemical gases since June.
The co-chair of the General Council of Sheikh Maqsoud and Ashrafieh neighborhoods, Muhammad Sheikho, explained that the threats of the Turkish occupation army to northern and eastern Syria are the result of the bankruptcy of Turkey's policies and the economic and social problems.
Ibrahim Qaftan welcomed the call made by Co-chair of KCK Cemil Bayik for a reconciliation between the Syrian government and the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria stressing it would terminate the Turkish occupation of Syrian lands.
Co-chair of the Foreign Relations Department Abdul Kareem Umar indicated the step taken by the Parliament of Catalonia marks the beginning expecting similar steps be made by others.
American researchers, Michael Rubin and Nicholas Heras, warned of the danger of any new Turkish attacks on northern and eastern Syria, and considered them to have "disastrous consequences for the fight against terrorism," and stressed that "Erdogan is distracting the Turks from the bad internal conditions and the theft of billions of dollars."
Salih Kado said that the occupying powers of Kurdistan agree to exterminate the Kurds because their economic and political interests are intertwined. He stressed that Turkey's use of chemical weapons is part of the failed policy and a reaction to the defeat.
Jurist Mohammad Othman stressed that the work of the Constitutional Committee is illegal from the point of view of the law and does not represent the Syrian people with all its components, but rather foreign agendas. He asked who elected them to represent us in international forums?