Syria Kurds will establish their government: Kurdish official

15-12-2013 – Kurdpress – A high-level official of Syria Kurds National Council (KNC) stated the Kurds in the country will establish their own government and no one can stop them from fulfilling their plan.

Discussing the situation of Syria Kurds with Muhammad Musa, the leader of Syria Leftist Kurdish Party, the KNC official Ilham Ahmad stated the country’s Kurds are determined to make their goal come true and no one can stop them from achieving their goal. She further warned Turkey and Kurdistan Region from intervening in the affairs of Syria Kurds and banning them from gaining their goals, stressing that self-ruling system is taken for granted for Syria Kurds. She further blamed media war against pro-Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) and noted the party will never die. She also revealed KNC has discussed Kurdish autonomy with the PYD and asked all Kurdish parties to support the action. 


PYD supports holding of consultative conference on Geneva 2

15-12-2013 – MESOP  – The Head of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party Salih Muslim expressed his support for a Russian call to hold a consultative conference between the Syrian government and the opposition in Moscow before the Geneva 2 conference.

Muslim in an interview with a program broadcasted by Russia Today TV, expressed his wish to hold more than one consultative conference in order to unite the visions on the delegations that must attend the Geneva 2. 

Salih Muslim is said to be Erbil

15-12-2013 – MESOP – The co-leader of Syria pro-Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD), Salih Muslim was due to arrive in Erbil late on Saturday, Rudaw website said in a report. The visit aims to settle differences between PYD and Barzani-affiliated Syrian Kurds Patriotic Council. Rudaw had earlier had quoted Barzani office chief Foad Hussein as saying that Muslim will visit the region. The visit comes months after Erbil did not allow Muslim to go to Europe through the region, something that deepened tensions between the two sides. Erbil accuses PYD of marginalizing other Syrian Kurdish parties as well as supporting the government of President Bashar al-Assad.