Oso: “Violations lead ENKS to difficult choices that we do not want to resort to”

Oso: “Violations lead ENKS to difficult choices that we do not want to resort to”

Jul 27 2021

ARK News… Suleiman Oso, a member of the Presidency of the Kurdish National Council in Syria, on Sunday, July 25, 2021, said that the continuation of kidnappings against members and supporters of the Kurdish National Council in Syria presents the Council with difficult choices.

Oso said in a post on his official Facebook page, followed by ARK: "The continued detention of supporters and members of the Kurdish National Council has created great tension in the Kurdish street, which is losing hope of the possibility of resuming Kurdish negotiations."

Oso continued: "These violations put the council in front of difficult choices that we do not want to resort to."

On the 17th of this month, PYD militants kidnapped:

1-Muhammad Saleh Shallal Ahmad, a member of the Area Council of PDK-S in Chil Agha.
2- Ezaddin Zain al-Abidin Mahmoud, a member of the Area Council of PDK-S in Qamishlo.
3- Muhammad Daham Ayo, a member of the advisory body of PDK-S and the former head of the local council of the Kurdish National Council in Qamishlo.
4- Barzan Hussein, a member of the Area Council of PDK-S and a correspondent of ARK in Girke Lage.

Earlier, the militants kidnapped Farmaz Abdul Karim Haji Abdi, a member of the party's Brach Council, from Mazra Bani village in Derik city.

In this context, the fate of Abdul Ghaffar Muhammad, a member of the Logical Council, who was kidnapped more than two months ago, is still unknown. Despite appeals to reveal the fate of the abductees and to release them immediately, there is no information about their fate so far.






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