Autonomous Administration delegation continues diplomatic contacts in Luxembourg
A delegation of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria maintained diplomatic contacts with Eve Krochten, Chair of the Luxembourg Parliament's Foreign Relations Committee, and parliamentarian Nataly Opervice.
As part of its diplomatic contacts in Luxembourg, the Autonomous Administration delegation met with Eve Krochten, Chair of the Luxembourg Parliament's Foreign Relations Committee, and parliamentarian Nataly Opervice.
During the meeting, political and military developments in North and East Syria were discussed.
Ebdulkerim Omer, European representative of the Autonomous Administration, told the Luxembourg politicians that they sought to resolve the Syrian crisis through peaceful means and to build a democratic and decentralized Syria.
Omer said that they were accused of dividing Syria even though the Autonomous Administration is a national and democratic project for all Syrian people. Omer added that the purpose of these claims is to obtain money and resources to attack peaceful and national efforts in favor of Syrians.
Omer told the Luxembourg politicians that the Turkish attacks on North and East Syria led to the death of dozens of civilians, targeting service institutions such as schools, hospitals and power plants. A possible Turkish ground attack would help a resurgence of ISIS group, posing a threat across the world and resulting in a major humanitarian disaster.
Eve Krochten revealed that they were deeply concerned about the latest events and developments in North and East Syria, especially a possible Turkish ground attack.
Krochten said that they remained in constant contact with all institutions of the European Union to discuss ways to support the people of North and East Syria. She added that they agreed with the Autonomous Administration about terrorist threats. Eve Krochten said that efforts should be made to prevent a revival of ISIS.
The Autonomous Administration delegation met with many deputies, politicians, intellectuals and civil society representatives as part of its diplomatic contacts in Luxembourg.