“SDF” claimed that it does not bring any benefit.. Jeffrey: Washington does not intend to establish a Kurdish state in Syria… The meeting of the deputy foreign ministers of Syria, Turkey, Russia and Iran is postponed until Damascus obtains its guarantees.. and Akar supports the continuation of negotiations

While sources following Al-Watan suggested that the meeting of the deputy foreign ministers of Syria, Turkey, Russia and Iran be postponed until Damascus obtains the guarantees it had requested, foremost of which is the scheduling of the withdrawal of the occupying Turkish forces from areas in the northwest of the country. The Minister of Defense in the Turkish administration, Hulusi Akar, spoke yesterday about the possibility The technical committees held a meeting during the coming period, while the so-called “Syrian Democratic Council – SDC” considered normalization between Ankara and Damascus as not bringing any benefit to the Syrian people!

The Turkish “Anatolia” news agency quoted Akar as saying yesterday: “For the first time in 11 years, a meeting was held in Moscow with the participation of the defense ministers of Russia, Syria and Turkey, and the heads of intelligence agencies, and in this meeting an agreement was reached to hold meetings at the committee level to mature the course of the meetings.” Subsequent (between the presidents) and we support the continuation of these meetings in different formats after the meeting of the technical committees in the coming period, and we would like to solve problems through negotiations ».

Last Wednesday, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu announced during a joint press conference with his Iranian counterpart, Hussein Amir Abdollahian, that a meeting would be held in the Russian capital, Moscow, this week, including the deputy foreign ministers of Syria, Turkey, Iran and Russia, within the framework of the rapprochement path between Damascus and Ankara.

Al-Watan sources ruled out holding this meeting on the date announced by Cavusoglu because the Syrian capital had not yet obtained the guarantees it had requested to move forward in normalizing its relations with Ankara, expecting that the meeting would not take place until it obtained those guarantees, including certainly scheduling the withdrawal of forces. Turkish from Syria.

In his statements yesterday, Akar stressed, according to Anadolu Agency, that the Syrian side “understands the reasons for what Turkey is doing against terrorist targets in northern Syria.” He added: “It seems that our Syrian interlocutors understand this from time to time, and there are concrete indications of that.”

The “People’s Protection Forces – BYD” militia is the backbone of the “Syrian Democratic Forces – QSD” militia, which controls large areas in northern Syria with the support of the American occupation, and the “SDC” constitutes its political facade.

At a time when Turkish forces occupy many cities, towns, and villages in northern Syria, Akar claimed that the presence of those forces there aims to combat terrorism and protect his country’s borders and territorial integrity, and that his country is not an occupier of Syrian lands, which is rejected by Damascus, which has always declared that the presence of Turkish and American forces In Syria, it is illegal and serves as an occupation force.

The past few days witnessed many arrangements for holding the meeting that will bring together the deputy foreign ministers of Syria, Turkey, Iran and Russia, including the Russian President’s Special Envoy to the Middle East and Africa, Deputy Russian Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov, holding two separate meetings, the first with the Syrian ambassador to Moscow, Bashar al-Jaafari, and the second with the Turkish ambassador. Mohamed Semsar.

Last Thursday, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian visited Syria from Turkey, during which he held talks on the latest regional developments.

On the other hand, the SDF-affiliated North-Press agency quoted a so-called member of the SDC relations office: that Ankara “wants to legitimize its entry into the Syrian territories through normalization with Damascus.”

He claimed that this rapprochement does not bring any benefit to the Syrian people, and that in its current form, it is a “convergence of interests” and will not contribute to resolving the Syrian crisis, according to him.

On the other hand, the US Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Adviser in the George Bush administration, the former US ambassador to Ankara and Baghdad, James Jeffrey, claimed, according to the Kurdish “Rudaw” agency, that the goal of his country’s occupying forces in Syria is to fight the terrorist organization ISIS, and stated that the military presence The Americans in Syria carry several benefits for Washington, denying the existence of an intention to establish a Kurdish state.

In turn, US Democratic politician Jeffrey Young, the candidate for governor of Kentucky, said on Twitter: “The main goal of the United States was and still is to tighten world domination.”

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