Abdulbaset Saida: The Kurds must follow the developments of regional and international attitudes accurately, and rearrange their internal status

Abdulbaset Saida: The Kurds must follow the developments of regional and international attitudes accurately, and rearrange their internal status

Nov 11 2018

ARK News: About what Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that “Washington is working with the Kurds to establish institutions of an independent state in eastern Syria, this led to the separation of eastern Syria from its west, causing an increase in the economic burden on the government of this country, the Kurdish political writer and researcher, Abdel Basset Saida commented on her statement above in this regard saying: " This statement does not go beyond the scope of the campaign of disinformation and obscurantism practiced by Russia since its entry into Syria under the pretext of fighting terrorism, while it was and still wants to maintain to the regime, in order to preserve its interests, and to strengthen its influence in the region. The Kurds must follow the developments of regional and international attitudes accurately, and rearrange their internal status, and emphasize their relations with their Syrian national environment, and cut with the wanting logic of the analysis that do not reflect the reality in most often. "

The Kurdish political writer and researcher Abdul Basset Saida told to website of the Kurdistan Democratic Party-Syria KDP-S that the United States does not have a clear strategy in the region yet, and is expected to reach a greater understanding with Turkey, this means that it will not resort a step beyond the limits of military security deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (PYD).

Saida added that America is well aware that PYD affiliated PKK, and it does not make sense to declare a prize to reach three of the most prominent Workers Party’s leaders on the one hand, and at the same time to establish a state for the Kurds there.

Saida clarified saying: “We know that the constituents of the state are there, it is not only the Kurds who live in the region, and the regime is still in the region strongly and often undeclared

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