WASHINGTON: New U.S. Deputy Special Envoy to Syria visits Syrian Democratic Council Representation

WASHINGTON, D.C. On Friday, the representation of the Syrian Democratic Council (SDC) in Washington received the newly-appointed U.S. Deputy Special Envoy to Syria, Matthew Purl and his predecessor David Brownstein, appointed in 2020. It is the first official visit of Matthew Purl since taking the office of Deputy Special Envoy to Syria within the U.S. State Department’s team.

Purl and Brownstein were received by the co-chairs of the SDC Representation in the United States Bassam Ishaq and Sinam Mohamad.

They discussed the latest developments in Syria, their coalition against terrorism, maintaining stability in the regions of North and East Syria, the Turkish threat and attempts to hinder efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis by invading more territory of North and East Syria.

The meeting also touched on the economic situation in the Democratic Autonomous Administration and Washington’s efforts to develop the areas liberated from the Islamic state by the Syrian Democratic Forces and the U.S.-led International Coalition.