We made an agreement with Russia (Syrian Kurds)

We made an agreement with Russia (Syrian Kurds)


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We made an agreement with Russia (Syrian Kurds)
YPG Rojava ^ | March 20, 2017 | Rêdur Xelîl

Posted on 03/20/2017 9:00:40 AM PDT by Texas Fossil

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The existence of the Russian army units in the Cindy’s of the Ephrin Canton was the result of an agreement made between our forces and the Russian army.

The agreement was based on the fight against terrorism and on the basis of military training of the Russian army’s warriors. We have direct relations with Russia.

This step is a positive and good step in the fight against terrorism in Syria. After our forces prove themselves against terrorism, many forces are willing to help us and make a deal with us.


TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events; Syria
KEYWORDS: agreement; kurds; russia; syria

I’m sure this is another move to keep Turkey from attacking the Efrin area in Northern Syria (aka Rojava).

There must have been a dialog between Russia and the YPG. And in another dialog between Russia, Syria and probably Turkey.

I do not take this as a slight to the US for our support. There appears to be an understanding based upon actions between the US and Russia.

If this will bring a quicker peaceful resolution of the Syrian war and stable honest government to all the areas, I am totally for it.

This should not detract from the job underway of eliminating ISIS.

I am not at all surprised by this.


To: Texas Fossil

Everybody involved wants ISIS destroyed.
They will cooperate for that one reason.

When ISIS is gone, it’s back to business as usual…………….

2 posted on 03/20/2017 9:11:19 AM PDT by Red Badger (Ending a sentence with a preposition is nothing to be afraid of……..)

To: Red Badger

Yes, but I see effort to look past that. I know for a fact there have been 2 separate meetings about that subject, neither including the US. But I am sure the US knows about it.

So, I think in this case the adult leadership is ready for this to be over.

I am sick of the backstabbing and the needless bloodshed.

3 posted on 03/20/2017 9:16:19 AM PDT by Texas Fossil ((Texas is not where you were born, but a Free State of Heart, Mind & Attitude!))

To: Texas Fossil

Look for a Kurdistan to be created………………..

4 posted on 03/20/2017 9:22:10 AM PDT by Red Badger (Ending a sentence with a preposition is nothing to be afraid of……..)

To: Texas Fossil

“I’m sure this is another move to keep Turkey from attacking the Efrin area”

That.

Russia has an embassy for the PYD in Moscow. They are the first country to do so, and one of the few that could give a realistic security guarantee to an independent Rojava.

They may well end up as a Russian client State.

5 posted on 03/20/2017 9:22:20 AM PDT by BeauBo

To: Texas Fossil

“I’m sure this is another move to keep Turkey from attacking the Efrin area”

That.

Russia has an embassy for the PYD in Moscow. They are the first country to do so, and one of the few that could give a realistic security guarantee to an independent Rojava.

They may well end up as a Russian client State.

6 posted on 03/20/2017 9:28:23 AM PDT by BeauBo

To: BeauBo

I agree to what you said, but am not sure about the last statement.

I don’t see this as closing the door at all to the US.

It might be an avenue toward a better relationship between US and Russia.

Time will tell.

I suspect Russia has been helping them for some time. That was never communicated to the Syrian Kurds.

A Russian client is not Freedom. Syrian Kurds really want that and deserve it. I’m not sure they understand that Leftism past communalism does not function well.

7 posted on 03/20/2017 9:29:02 AM PDT by Texas Fossil ((Texas is not where you were born, but a Free State of Heart, Mind & Attitude!))

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