ENKS representatives meet with Turkish Foreign Minister
The ENKS which has opened offices in North-East Syria, has visited the Foreign Minister of the Turkish state which is responsible for the massacre of thousands of Kurds in ongoing attacks against Rojava.
Representatives of the ‘Kurdish National Council in Syria’ (Encûmena Niştimanî ya Kurdî li Sûriyeyê, ENKS), which is known for its closeness to the KDP of South Kurdistan and has been a part of the mercenaries acting as “Syrian opposition” have met with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu in Turkish capital Ankara.
In a Twitter post on Wednesday’s meeting, Çavuşoğlu targeted North-East Syria and said; “We have met with a delegation of the Kurdish National Council in Syria, the legitimate representative of the Kurds in Syria. We expressed our support for their role in the political process and highlighted that the PKK/YPG do the greatest harm to the Kurds.”
The Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria had approved a decision enabling the ENKS to open offices in the region on the basis of efforts for Kurdish national unity. Most recently, parties under ENKS umbrella have opened offices in Heseke and Kobane.
Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) Commander General Mazlum Abdi had stated on the matter that they had taken initiative for the fulfillment of works for national unity.
The ENKS visit to the Turkish regime which has occupied Afrin, Serekaniye (Ras al-Ain) and Gire Spi (Tal Abyad) and is responsible for the massacre of thousands of Kurds, was met with reaction by the people in North-East Syria.