The Syrian government and the Kurdish units began to operate the oil and gas fields after signing a contract with a “foreign company”

The Syrian government and Kurdish units have already begun operating oil and gas fields in Deir al-Zour

According to source in the Syrian government.

The information revealed that the Syrian ministry of oil and mineral resource signed a contract with a Canadian company for the maintenance of oil transport pipelines in the BID control areas of the province; the contract is for a period of six months.

Over the past few days, the two sides agreed to operate oil and gas fields in the areas controlled by the units.

The company began repairing pipelines, extending to oilfields and reservoir pipes within the same fields.

Under the deal, production of the oil and gas fields under the control of the units will be pumped to the government refineries and plants.

In return, the SDF areas will receive electricity and services, as well as enable it to take its oil needs from wells.

The route of the oil transfer, from the Omar and Tanak oil fields under the SDF control, will be to Taim field under the control of the government, including the Homs refinery.

The gas transmission line will be from the fields of the Omar, Tanak and Jafra, to the Konco plant in Deir al-Zour, all under the control of the SDF, from Konco to the Taim field and then to the Jandar thermal station in Homs.

On the other hand the political wing of SDF, the Syrian Democratic Council announced that, they will start working from the Syrian capital.

The Council of Democratic Syria announced that it would open offices for its institutions in four governorates, including the capital Damascus, considering that this falls within the framework of “finding the Syrian crisis”.

“The next phase will witness the opening of offices in Damascus and the rest of the cities.

The council will conduct its work through them”, said Elham Ahmed, the joint president of the so-called “SDC”, that the council’s work will begin in many areas from Damascus to Lattakia, and Hama.

“There are negotiations and diplomatic efforts at home and abroad, all within the framework of the executive body of the Council”, adding that the work of its Council will be included in the framework of finding a solution to the Syrian crisis.

She noted that the Council did not send any demands to the Syrian government, noting that he had sent invitations to a number of parties in Turkey, to attend the conference.

Ahmed also pointed out that the parties in Turkey had received an invitation to attend a conference “blocked” but did not respond to the invitation and did not attend, because Turkey prevented, pointing out that the conference in class means to be the destination is the Syrian interior.

Ahmed stressed that the class is located within the Syrian territory and is affiliated with Damascus, pointing out that the conference was held in the class regardless of the talk that says there are negotiations on handing over the area to the Syrian army.

It should be noted that many media reports talked about negotiations to hand over the militia “SDF” areas controlled by the Syrian government, especially the border areas.

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