“SDF” announcing a possible joining of its forces to the Syrian army in the future in the event of reaching a final agreement on the future of Syria

Syria’s Democratic Forces (SDF) do not rule out the possibility of joining the Syrian army in the future, said Ilham Ahmed, head of the executive board of the Democratic Council of Syria, on Sunday.

The statements of the Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Council of Democratic Syria, during an interview with the BBC, saying that “SDF” does not mind the existence of one formula or another for the joining of troops to the Syrian army in the future.

She pointed out that this can be achieved, in the event of reaching a final agreement on the future of Syria, and the system of government.

Ahmed said the Executive Council of Syria and the Syrian government had yet to address security issues.

She pointed out that “all oil areas, in the regions of the island and east of the Euphrates, will remain under the protection of Kurdish forces until the solution of the Syrian crisis.”

A delegation from the Syrian Democratic Council announced its arrival in the Syrian capital “Damascus” for the first time, to negotiate with the Syrian government to reach a “political agreement.”

“We have not discussed in detail the return of the Syrian army, but we will talk in the future about the shape of the relationship between our forces,” said Riad Darrar, head of the Syrian Democratic Council, the political wing of the Syrian Democratic Forces in statements to Russian Radio Sputnik.

The joint president of the Democratic Council of Syria denied that the issue of “autonomy” was the subject of discussion with the Syrian government.

According to BBC news, Ilham Ahmed, head of the executive board of the Democratic Syrian Council, suggested that Syria’s democratic forces “join” the in one form or another to the Syrian army in the future.

She pointed out in an interview with the BBC that this may be achieved, when it is agreed on the future of Syria and the system of government, and said that the parties to the negotiations did not address security issues yet.

She stressed that the oil areas in the area of ​​the island and eastern Euphrates, will remain under the protection of Kurdish forces, until the solution of the Syrian crisis.

SDF controls large areas in the governorates of Hasakah, Raqqa and Deir Al Zour in northeastern Syria.

The news from the BBC revealed that Ilham Ahmed, head of the Executive Board of the Syrian Democratic Council and the accompanying delegation met with the Syrian President Bashar Al Assad in Damascus and discussed several topics during the meeting.

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