The Kurds have begun transferring to Damascus strategic targets in Syria

Not so long ago there was interesting information that the leadership of the “Syrian democratic forces” (SDF) is holding official talks with the Syrian government, which reached a preliminary agreement on the accession of the people’s protection Units (YPG) in the country’s armed forces, as well as the integration of Kurdish interests.

At first, the Kurds gave ATS a few areas in the city of Qamishli. Separate areas were allocated to the Syrian army in Hasaka. Also, with streets removed visual propaganda of the PKK.

Now began to receive information about larger events, both in strategic terms and in the political life of Syria. In Aleppo, Kurdish forces have transferred control of Damascus tishrin dam.

#Kurds have reportedly transfered control over #Tishrin Dam in #Aleppo Province to #SAA pic.twitter.com/kfMSpew4np

— SMM Syria (@smmsyria) 17 Jul 2018

Today it became known about the same action against dams and hydroelectric Tabqa. It is reported by the head of the legislative Council of this city, Hamed Faraj. He added that the Syrian engineers started to repair the hydro and hope to soon put it into operation.

Meanwhile, the political wing of the “Syrian democratic forces” (SDF) intends to open offices in several provinces of Syria. On Thursday said the press-Secretary of the SDF Ilham Ahmad. These offices will be created in Latakia, Damascus, Hama and HOMS. This event occurs after a regular meeting between representatives of the Syrian government and the Syrian democratic Council (SDF) in Northern Syria.

Despite the fact that some members of the SDF deny the normalization of relations between Damascus and the Kurds, the negotiations on the peaceful coexistence continues successfully. Thus, we can conclude that sober-minded leadership of the “Syrian democratic forces” have decided to depart from a policy of confrontation leaving the United States.

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