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A high-level delegation from North and East syria visits the German Parliament

During a diplomatic tour, a delegation from North and East Syria, consisting of the co-chair of the Department of Foreign Relations, Ms. Elham Ahmed, the co-chair of the Syrian Democratic Council, Dr. Mahmoud al-muslat, Dr. Abdulkarim Omar, the representative of the administration in Europe, Mr. Joseph lahdo, the representative of the Syriac Union party in Europe, and the representative of the Autonomous Administration in Germany, Khaled Darwish, met with Mr. Jurgen Hardt, member of the German Parliament for the Christian Democratic Union ( CDU), and Mr. Qasim Taher Saleh, member of the German parliament for the Green party ( Die Grünen), at the parliament building in Berlin.

During these two meetings, discussions covered the overall situation in Syria, with a focus on the specific conditions in North and East Syria, and the political, economic, and security challenges facing the Autonomous Administration. In addition to the threat posed by ISIS, which has begun to reactivate and regroup, taking advantage of the Turkish attacks which destabilize the region. Additionally, the discussions addressed the issue of thousands of ISIS fighters held in detention centers, along with tens of thousands of their family members in the camps of Al-Hol and Roj.

Moreover, there was detailed discussion on Turkish attacks targeting infrastructure and service institutions such as electricity stations, gas facilities, and oil wells, and others, which resulted in depriving hundreds of thousands of civilians of electricity, cooking gas, and drinking water, exacerbating the suffering of the population.

The continuation of these attacks is leading to new waves of migration to Europe. Additionally, ISIS is exploiting these attacks to reorganize itself and subsequently carry out new terrorist operations.

It was emphasized the necessity for the international community to fulfill its responsibilities by supporting the Autonomouse Administration to stabilize the region, in order to reduce migration and enabling it to confront the ISIS threat and eradicate it from the area.