Co-Chair of Syrian Democratic Council Mission to US Bassam Ishaq: Positive attitudes towards Autonomous Administration in Washington, invites US Congress to witness unique regional experience

WASHINGTON, D.C. — In Washington, D.C., Co-Chair of the Syrian Democratic Council (SDC) Mission Bassam Ishaq, emphasized the common understanding between the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES) and US Congress. Speaking about the diplomatic importance of their work, Ishaq noted that the AANES experience has generated significant interest among political circles eager to understand its intricacies.

Underlining the role of the SDC as a voice for the aspirations of the Syrian people, Ishaq informed that they have been actively introducing the AANES to US political circles. He highlighted ongoing efforts by regional countries to oppose and distort the AANES project.

Addressing the perception of US officials toward the AANES project, Ishaq stated that it aligns with the political and social ideals in Washington, D.C., characterized by a commitment to pluralism.

During recent meetings, Ishaq revealed that invitations were extended to members of Congress, urging them to visit North and East Syria firsthand. The goal is to provide Congress with an opportunity to witness the distinctive AANES experience on the ground and foster a deeper understanding of its regional significance.