Vice President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Abdul Hakim Bashar, presented his work report to the General Assembly during its 63rd meeting, highlighting the latest political and field developments in Syria, especially the political process, and the latest developments in the intra-Kurdish dialogue.
Bashar blamed the absence of a prospects for a political solution to the Assad regime’s intransigence regarding all the issues on the negotiating table, as well as the lack of international will to implement UN resolutions on Syrian and hold the Assad regime accountable for its crimes against civilians in Syria.
Bashar also talked about the efforts to ensure the return the displaced people and refugees to their homes and areas in Afrin, Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ayn. He stressed that this issue is a priority for representatives of the Kurdish National Council in the SOC.
Moreover, Bashar talked about the role of the PYD in preventing the return of the Kurds to their homes, and disrupting the intra-Kurdish dialogue through its affiliation with the PKK terrorist organization that effectively controls the region east of the Euphrates River, especially in light of the US administration’s lack of a clear strategy for this issue.
Bashar talked about the exodus of Kurds from the PYD-controlled areas for various reasons, including the low standards of living and the absence of basic needs and services.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)