An ENKS and PYNK agreement seems unlikely, politician tells KurdPress

<p style="text-align:left">"I do not think the Kurdish National Council (ENKS) and the Patriotic Union Parties (PYNK) could reach an agreement on the administration of Syrian Kurdistan," said a Kurdish politician.

They talked, but they did not reach a conclusion, Alaa Barakat, an independent Syrian Kurdish politician, said about the talks between the Syrian Kurdish movements on the axis of unity.
The independent Syrian Kurdish politician told KurdPress that "In the previous periods, they conducted negotiations in two times and under the supervision of Massoud Barzani (the Kurdistan Democratic Party), but the talks did not yield any results."
Now foreign states like the US and France have entered into the talks but I still don't think there could be a deal between the two sides."
Regarding the role of the United States and Russia in involving the Kurds in the Syrian political process, Alaa Barakat said: "I think neither the United States nor Russia seeks the rights of the Kurds and their benefits, because the Kurdish political movements themselves are divided into several groups and pursue several different interests."
He added: "Each of these movements is connected to a place and this multiplicity hinders a single attempt to reach a comprehensive agreement."
The independent Syrian Kurdish politician further stressed: "differences and the existence of numerous political parties and movements have blocked the way of making right and decisive decisions."
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