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SDF: We agreed with Syrian government to put war to end

SDF: We agreed with Syrian government to put war to end
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Damascus (Syria News) The council of the Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces announced, on Saturday, that it agreed with the Syrian government, during a meeting, to form different committees to develop talks and negotiations, in order to put an end to violence and war.

The council, which is the political wing of the US-backed Kurdish forces, revealed that the committees will draw a road map to transform Syria from centralism to Democracy.

However, the council did not identify the number of committees, their time of formation or any future talks.

These talks are considered the first official and public talks between the Syrian Democratic Council and Syrian government to discuss the future of the self-governing areas, in the north of Syria, after the regime regained large areas of the country, which were lost since the beginning of the conflict in 2011.

The visit of the Syrian Democratic Council delegation to Damascus, which started on Thursday, came at the invitation of the Syrian Government, a statement by the council explained.

Moreover, the council added that during the negotiations with the Syrian regime, they proposed recognition of self-management and the return of government institutions if we reach a final agreement.

The council also called the Syrian government to recognize the Kurdish language as an official language, beside the Arabic language. In addition, the council discussed cooperation to fight terrorism and free the Syrian territory.

It is noteworthy that the Syrian Democratic Forces militia is controlling nearly 30% of Syria, and stationed in the Syrian north; thus becoming the second powerful force on land after the Syrian military forces.

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