LUXEMBOURG — A delegation from the Democratic Autonomous Administration (DAA) of North and East Syria met with officials and members of the International Relations Committee of Luxembourg’s The Left (Déi Lénk) party who affirmed their support for the North and East Syria and its diverse ethnic and religious groups in the face of all attacks and conspiracies against them.
The two sides exchanged views on the overall situation in the region, recent developments, and issues of common concern.
DAA Representative in Europe Abdul Karim Omar gave an overview of the DAA experience in North and East Syria, then touched on the most important challenges that it faced, especially those related to the war that the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are still waging against the Islamic State (ISIS).
Omar stressed the need for international forces, global public opinion, and DAA supporters to put an end to the Turkish violations in the region.
Officials of The Left confirmed that they are closely following the developments in North and East Syria and expressed their deep regret over the casualties among its residents. They pointed out that the Turkish targeting of civilians and civil infrastructure facilities such as schools and hospitals are crimes against humanity and the Turkish government must be held accountable.
They also commended the DAA experience and stressed the need to expand cooperation and mobilize all means to support it.