The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) Commander-in-Chief, Mazloum Abdi, denied on Sunday the exclusion of any Kurdish political parties from the initiative of unifying the Kurdish position.
“The initiative of unifying the Kurdish position is proceeding according to its national standards, we aim at sharing all Kurdish political parties in Syria in this initiative,” Abdi tweeted in Kurdish.
Abdi denied the exclusion of both the Kurdish Democratic Progressive Party in Syria and the Kurdish Democratic Unity Party in Syria from the initiative that was held between the Kurdish National Council in Syria (ENKS), a coalition of Syrian Kurdish political parties allied with the opposition Syrian National Coalition, and the PYD-led Kurdish National Unity parties.
“All rumors are untrue,” Abdi added.
After the announcement of achieving the Kurdish political unified position, activists and journalists reported that both the above mentioned parties were dismissed from the initiative.
“Both the Kurdish National Unity parties and ENKS accomplished the Kurdish political unified position,” Saleh Geddo, Secretary of the Kurdish Democratic Left Party, told North Press on Saturday.
Geddo, who participates in the intra-Kurdish dialogues, added that they would announce the details of the Kurdish political unified position in the coming days.
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