Today, Tuesday, May 25, a French delegation arrived this morning, and its consisting of Mr. Jeremy Chaumatier, President of the Danielle Mitteran Foundation, Ms. Marot, responsible for the follow-up of Middle East affairs at the Paris Municipal Council, Mr. Veronica de Croove, President of (URD) organization, Mr. Philippe de Calimard and Ms. Corinne Bosser Two administrators at the Daniel Metran, to the headquarters of the Department of Foreign Relations in Qamishli, on a visit to the Autonomous Administration areas in north and east Syria.
The delegation was received by the co-chair of the Department of Foreign Relations, Dr. Abdul Karim Omar, the deputy co-chairs Mr. Fener Kaait, and Ms. Abeer Alya, and the Director of the Presidential Office, Nafya Muhammad., and berivan Omar, deputy of the co-chairs of Local Administrations and Environment commission.
During the meeting, the Autonomous Administration system and its model were explained, and discussions were held on many issues, most notably the political process, the economic situation, and the need for coordination between the Autonomous Administration and the international community to bring peace and stability to the region.
The meeting with the delegation dealt with many files and issues, foremost of which is the Syrian crisis and the participation of the Autonomous Administration in the political process and the implementation of Resolution 2254, in addition to the implications of closing the Tal Kojer crossing on the regions of north and east Syria, stressing the need for the international community to assume its responsibilities and remove the children of ISIS families from the camps and return them to their countries and to rehabilitate them because their continued presence in the terrorist atmosphere poses a threat to society and contributes to the establishment of a new terrorist generation.
Fanar Al-Kait said, “We have tried, through the Autonomous Administration Charter, to restore the true face of Syria, as the Autonomous Administration laws guarantee the rights of all individuals and preserve the diversity that exists in the region, as the people of the region were marginalized and deprived of the wealth of the eastern Euphrates, which constitute more than 80% of Syria’s wealth.”
Mr. Jeremy Chaumatier expressed his happiness to visit the region, saying, “It is a great honor for us to be here today, and we want through our visit to learn about the situation in northeastern Syria after the Turkish aggression, and also to develop coordination and cooperation between the Autonomous Administratiyon institutions and civil society organizations in France, and we would like to see the achievements and developments in NES and also to learn administration’s experience.