Syrian Kurds have no choice but to make alliance: party member tells Kurdpress

<p style="text-align: left;">A member of the Syrian Kurdish Left Party said: Today an alliance between the Kurds in Syria is not only a demand of Syrian Kurdish parties, but has turned into a general demand among the people.

Hamid Sheikhmus, a member of the Syrian Kurdish Left Party, told KurdPress in an interview that the first phase of the talks was between the Kurdish National Council (ENKS) and the Democratic Union Party (PYD), where the two sides reached a common political vision to resolve their differences.

The second phase of negotiations has begun between the Kurdistan National Council (ENKS) and 25 parties known as the Kurdish Patriotic Union Parties (PYNK) which run the Kurdish semi-autonomous region in northern Syria. The two sides have not reached an agreement by now, but they have to make a deal as the U.S. wants the Kurdish parties in the region to reach a partnership mechanism, the official added.

Hamid Sheikhmus explained: Today, unity is not only a demand of the parties but it has turned into a general demand among the people.

The member of the Syria Kurdish Left Party further told KurdPress that: Today, the Syrian Kurdish community will no longer allow the Kurdish parties to fuel the flames of differences and want them to find a way to get out of the problems.

Unity is the only way out of the Kurdish crisis in Syria, and the parties have to agree to avoid potential dangers, Sheikhmus ultimately said.

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