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Kurdish troops ready to become part of the Syrian armed forces

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Geneva talks on Syria are with a clear slip. It turns out that representatives of the Kurdish population of the SAR were not invited to the talks in Switzerland. RIA News cites the statement of the official representative of the Kurds of Syria:
We once again did not receive invitations, no one will take part in the negotiations from us. This is a consequence of the position and influence of Turkey, which opposes the participation of the Kurds in the negotiations.



It turns out that problems arose with the presence in Geneva of representatives of the official authorities of the SAR. What, then, can we negotiate in Switzerland and, most importantly, between whom should we conclude these agreements?

Against this background, information comes from Syria that one of the representatives of the Syrian Democratic Forces (Syrian Democratic Union) Riad Darrar declared the Kurds are ready after the complete defeat of ISIL (* forbidden in the Russian Federation) to become part of the Syrian government forces. According to Darrara, he is grateful to the American side for the assistance rendered, and now the United States "can leave Syria."

Kurdish troops ready to become part of the Syrian armed forces


Syrian journalist Riyad Farid Hijab, referring to Darrara, writes that the Kurds are ready to join the Syrian armed forces, which the United States opposes. In Washington, they want the Kurds to become a military instrument to dismiss the president of the SAR, Bashar Assad, but the Kurds themselves are not eager to incite another stage of the military conflict in the country.

The command of the Kurdish troops began to realize that the United States armed them precisely with the aim of directing it at a certain moment against the government forces. However, now the US plans are faced with a serious obstacle in the form of the desire of the Kurds to move to a normal, peaceful life in a united Syria with a wide autonomy in its composition.
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  1. Mihail177
    Mihail177 29 November 2017 06: 09 New
    +6
    Yes, yes, the same Kurds let ISIS through their positions. And in general they do not see them at point blank range, one word - colleagues are sub-indos.
    1. Ankipelgygyrgyn
      Ankipelgygyrgyn 29 November 2017 06: 17 New
      +1
      Kurds dangle like a flower in the hole, they themselves do not know what they want. Apparently they will be paired with ISIS the main losers in the Syrian conflict.
      1. Viktor.12.71
        Viktor.12.71 29 November 2017 06: 26 New
        0
        Quote: Ankypelgygyrgyn
        Kurds dangle like a flower in the hole, they themselves do not know what they want. Apparently they will be paired with ISIS the main losers in the Syrian conflict.

        Hmm ... Kurds are currently trying to seize as much territory in Syria as possible for an advantage in negotiations with Assad, or autonomy, or 30 thousand SDF Kurds will dig in and figs CAA will take the east coast of the Euphrates. The United States plays 10 years ahead and who knows what autonomy can become in such a time.
        1. volot-voin
          volot-voin 29 November 2017 13: 06 New
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          Quote: Viktor.12.71
          advantage in negotiations with Assad, or autonomy, or 30 thousand Kurds SDF dig in and figs CAA will take the east coast of the Euphrates. The United States plays 10 years ahead and who knows what autonomy can become in such a time.

          Who pays, that girl also dances. Kurds are paid by the USA, but have their own goals. May God grant autonomy with Assad and end the war. The main thing is that their position does not become a subject of bargaining for more favorable conditions with the United States.
          1. Viktor.12.71
            Viktor.12.71 29 November 2017 14: 58 New
            +1
            Syrian media came out with ceasefire news between the SDF and ig. Want to be part of the ATS? I don’t think so. There is also information from Ivan Sidorenko that illuminates the situation in Syria about the large losses of SAR in the south, where tigers lost 1/3 of the personnel. Says that the situation began to change not in favor of CAA
      2. alexmach
        alexmach 29 November 2017 21: 22 New
        +1
        Kurds dangle like a flower in the hole, they themselves do not know what they want. Apparently they will be paired with ISIS the main losers in the Syrian conflict.

        Why's that? Now they are just one of the winners.
    2. Separ DNR
      Separ DNR 29 November 2017 06: 31 New
      +3
      Quote: Michael177
      Yes, yes, the same Kurds let ISIS through their positions. And in general they do not see them at point blank range, one word - colleagues are sub-indos.

      About it, here:
      Kurds clash with Russian mercenaries
      Today, 04: 00


      The US has disowned self-defense units, but the Russians will not leave their own.

      The Syrian Arab army, together with its allies, continues to clear from the Islamic state * the western bank of the Euphrates and surrounding areas. After the capture of Abu Kemal, the troops could not advance east due to intense hostilities in the vicinity of the city and to the north. During this time, pro-government forces, divided into two fronts, almost managed to unite near Abu Kemal. And this means that all the units of the Islamic state in Homs and in the west of Deir ez-Zor were surrounded. This is a great success, but the military leadership of the Arab Republic is probably not satisfied.


      http://vegchel.ru/?newsid=35067
      1. dSK
        dSK 29 November 2017 06: 43 New
        +2
        Kurdish troops ready to become part of the Syrian armed forces

        They will receive autonomy and a legal "passage" to the Mediterranean Sea, while Assad and Russia will have one less enemy. hi
        1. IL-18
          IL-18 29 November 2017 09: 46 New
          +1
          BUT, the option with the pro American "fifth column" will have to be considered. Still, between themselves, the Kurds and the Americans had many years of contact. And through whom among the Kurds for considerable (for the Kurds) money (or promises that are not necessary to fulfill) to create new tension in Syria, after the pacification of anti-Assad forces, there will always be. It should be understood that for the Kurds a symbol of normal life with prosperity and moral satisfaction, it is an independent state. In Turkey, for example, a Kurd who lives in the capital or Istanbul, having his own home, work, the opportunity to educate children and other pleasures of life, the desire to fight and even just support morally there is absolutely no. Another thing is the Kurds working as seasonal workers in Antalya, for example, Turkey is a robber for them, depriving them of their prosperity and prospects.
          Those. even a fairly impoverished Turkey has huge problems with the Kurds, who only need to promise that with their own statehood they will heal much better and they are ready to fight. And what can Syria offer its Kurds after many years of civil war? Therefore, today the Kurds may well be even an ally, but what to expect after some time is a difficult question. Yes, and for Erdogan, the bugbear was good: today is the S-400, not the Patriot, and tomorrow will it ask you from Figs? Americans definitely don't like it.
        2. alexmach
          alexmach 29 November 2017 21: 25 New
          +1
          Too everything is still complicated and it is not clear how else it will end for any of the parties, including Russia
    3. RASKAT
      RASKAT 29 November 2017 10: 14 New
      0
      Well, let them join the Syrian army rather than fight with them later. And most likely it will be necessary to fight, the Kurds have captured too tidbit. Oil fields in Racca and Deir es Zora.
  2. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 29 November 2017 06: 10 New
    +8
    Kurdish troops ready to become part of the Syrian armed forces
    What a bad radish. You help them, but they don’t want to be a stew for the USA. Where else to dial, it is probably expensive to bring from South America and Africa. Maybe the Arabs look? Oh, the ruin can throw, for jewels ...
  3. aszzz888
    aszzz888 29 November 2017 06: 17 New
    +2
    ... it will be very, very difficult to seat the Kurds and Turks at the negotiating table ... it's like southerners and northerners of the Korean p / island ... request
    1. vlad.svargin
      vlad.svargin 29 November 2017 07: 38 New
      0
      aszzz888
      It will be very, very difficult to put Kurds and Turks at the negotiating table ... it's like southerners and northerners of the Korean p / island.

      I agree with you about the negotiations between Kurds and Turks, but the problem is the policy of the USA (somewhat reminiscent of, to put it mildly, a dog in the manger) between the southerners and northerners of the Korean Peninsula, which only interferes with the reconciliation of the Koreans, constantly escalating the situation. As a result, all the progress of the Koreans and China since 2014 on this occasion is now frozen.
      1. evp
        evp 29 November 2017 09: 52 New
        +1
        Mattress-makers are not a dog in the manger; they benefit from the economic and military conflict between North and South Korea (even more economically, South Koreans spend billions of dollars on Amer’s weapons because of the “threat” from the north).
  4. Herculesic
    Herculesic 29 November 2017 06: 20 New
    0
    Only here the two-facedness of these Kurds infuriates-and against igil, and together with the igil! Truly, both yours and ours, a little woman with lowered social responsibility! fool
    1. Grandfather
      Grandfather 29 November 2017 06: 28 New
      0
      Quote: Herkulesich
      Only here the two-facedness of these Kurds infuriates-and against igil, and together with the igil! Truly, both yours and ours, a little woman with lowered social responsibility! fool

      "and yesterday, everyone around us said: Sam is a friend, Sam, our, Guinean (Kurdish) friend!" V.S. Vysotsky
    2. sharp-lad
      sharp-lad 29 November 2017 20: 56 New
      0
      As far as I understand, both in Syria and Iraq, and in Turkey, the Kurds are very different and often only the name unites them. Therefore, I am not surprised at such actions and promises, each Kurdish group has its own dreams and desires.
    3. alexmach
      alexmach 29 November 2017 21: 27 New
      +1
      East is a delicate matter. Do you think Assad is very different from them in this respect?
  5. dojjdik
    dojjdik 29 November 2017 06: 21 New
    0
    the line with these Kurds must be put in Iraq Hussein2 so that all oil rigs and oil refineries in the hands of the state can bring order to the oil production-complete state monopoly; Jews and Britons let the Saud continue to rob
    1. IL-18
      IL-18 29 November 2017 10: 03 New
      +3
      Hussein? Rather, an ayatollah is needed there. He will not need a red-hot sword, so he will limit himself with a dagger. He will say: Muslims, look to the north, there Shiites with Sunnis live peacefully, of course, but there is a synagogue in Tehran. I will not allow thumping, but I will make you live in peace and a decent financial situation.
  6. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 29 November 2017 06: 33 New
    +4
    Quote: Michael177
    Yes, yes, the same Kurds let ISIS through their positions. And in general they do not see them at point blank range, one word - colleagues are sub-indos.

    Kurds are different. Moreover, they can fight against each other (PKK and pro-Turkish Kurds). It's like Russians and Ukrainians. It all depends on who controls and supports them. Russia has an advantage in this. All Kurds are loyal to us, for with the exception of mercenaries trained in CIA camps. But they are few in number and neither do the weather.
  7. bald
    bald 29 November 2017 06: 40 New
    0
    --- "According to Darrar, he is grateful to the American side for the assistance provided, and now the United States" can leave Syria. " --- Most likely Darrar, would put the word gratitude in quotation marks, the Kurds have long been tired of this war.
    1. Scoun
      Scoun 29 November 2017 07: 32 New
      +2
      Quote: bald
      Most likely Darrar, would put the word gratitude in quotation marks, the Kurds have long been tired of this war.

      She was sick and tired, but it’s worth remembering that when the igilina gained momentum and took settlement after settlement, the Kurds, unlike other Syrian residents, rallied and gave a worthy rebuff to the terrorists, although they suffered huge losses.
      Quote: Mar. Tira
      Kurds are different.

      ++ hi
      There are Kurds whom the Turks helped, there are whom the mattresses helped and there are Kurds in the same Iraq whom Russia helped.
      1. bald
        bald 29 November 2017 07: 40 New
        0
        They need autonomy in Syria and it will be (whatever the world would be), well, and some amount of oil wells. and then there will be peace.
  8. vlad007
    vlad007 29 November 2017 08: 34 New
    0
    The main thing is that the Americans were pushed away from the negotiation process, which is already good. Negotiations between interested parties about the future of Syria will somehow lead to some results, they have already led - the bloodshed has stopped. Assad was elected for 7 years in 2014 year, i.e. he is not eternal. It is possible that he will have a successor who has proved himself in the war. This is the Chechen scenario - they found a worthy leader (Kadyrov Sr.) and everything settled down.
  9. Incvizitor
    Incvizitor 29 November 2017 14: 32 New
    0
    I would, in their place, in view of the assistance of the SAR, ask for autonomy, it’s silly to count on more, like waving fists.
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