ERBIL — A member of the Syrian Kurdistan (Rojava) Self- Administration told BasNews that they are about to reach an agreement on some issues to develop an intermediate solution in Afrin.
There have been a series of talks held with international delegations including the United State (US), Russia, France and Iran to return Afrin to a normal situation and find an intermediate solution, the member added.
Negotiators are about to reach an agreement on some issues such as local security units remaining in Afrin and the police forces affiliated to the Syrian Government to start working in the city, he said.
According to the official, with local security forces and Syrian regime’s police taking over the city, the Turkish army, its affiliated militias and the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) would be required to leave the region.
He further revealed that France’s delegates continue the meetings with Rojava administration in Qamishlo and Jazeera cantons in hopes of finding a way forward in resolving the conflicts.