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Women’s Council calls on Russia to turn Astana path into national one serving Syrian people

The Women Council of northern and eastern Syria issued a written statement regarding the 14th round of Astana meetings on Syria, and affirmed that the existence of Turkey, an occupied country for parts of the Syrian territories, as a guarantor in the Astana meeting was a deliberate disregard for all crimes and violations that occurred at the hands of the so-called “Syrian National Army.”

The Council’s statement indicated that the discussions that took place in the meeting had not resulted in any real vision or solution that would contribute to ending the state of violence, instability and destruction that Syria was going through, and the meeting ignored the real risks to which the Syrian people were exposed, especially in light of the continued Turkish occupation of Syrian cities and geography, starting with the occupation of Azaz, al-Bab, Jarablus, and Afrin, passing through Girê Spî / Tel Abyad and Serêkaniyê / Ras al-Ain.

The statement stressed that the existence of Turkey, an occupied country for parts of the Syrian territories, as a guarantor in the Astana meeting was a deliberate disregard for all crimes and violations that occurred at the hands of the so-called “Syrian National Army” supported by Turkey and other armed factions that had participated in the invasion and occupation of these areas, but it came within the framework of legalizing this occupation and its crimes against the Syrian people.

The Women Council of north and east Syria demanded, at the end of its statement, the Russian Federation State, the main sponsor of the Astana axis, to fulfill its duty to convert the Astana path to a national path that served the Syrian people away from the agendas and interests of regional states, calling for it to put pressure on the Syrian government to open up to the project of the Autonomous Administration and negotiate with the representatives of the components of northern and eastern Syria that made great sacrifices in combating and defeating terrorism, preserving national cohesion, and promoting the concept of civil peace.

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