المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After the decision of the US withdrawal, leadership of SDF and the Syrian regime hold a high-level meeting and discuss handing over oilfields east of Euphrates to the regime

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights obtained information from reliable sources who confirmed that a meeting is taking place in the meantime; between the leadership of the Syria Democratic Forces and a leading delegation of the Syrian regime, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory: a meeting takes place in the security square in Qameshly city in which both parties are present, between the leadership of the Syrian regime and the leadership of Syria Democratic Forces, where they are discussing the future of the area under the US decision to withdraw from it; and the Turkish threat of a military operation in the area, the reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that discussions are underway about handing over oilfields controlled by the Syria Democratic Forces east of Euphrates River to the Syrian regime.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published hours ago that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights was informed by reliable sources that the International Coalition in Deir Ezzor is building a new military base east of Euphrates within the eastern sector of Deir Ezzor countryside, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the International Coalition is establishing a military base in Hajin area located on the outskirts of ISIS-controlled enclave at the east bank of Euphrates River, which was controlled by the Syria Democratic Forces, where the Syrian Observatory received photos showing the operation of establishing the military base, and this comes  at a time where are discussions are underway among the leadership of the Syria Democratic Forces, confirmed by sources for the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that if the Turkish military operation starts (for which preparations are underway in the border between the Tigris and Euphrates and Manbij area), the SDF intent to withdraw all their fighters from the fronts with the “Islamic State” Organization, and move them to the front lines with the Turkish Forces and the factions operating under their commands , after stopping the military operation against the “Islamic State” Organization at the east banks of Euphrates River, which is still composed of the towns of al-Susah, Shafa, and al-Baghuz and the villages of Shajla, Safafiyyah, Bo Badran, Bukhatir, Abu Hasan, and Marashdah.

Syrian Observatory for Human Rights obtained information from a number of reliable sources, which confirmed that the political and military command in the area of the east of the Euphrates, conducted a lengthy meeting in which they seriously discussed the release of thousands of members of the “Islamic State” organization and their families of children and women, who used to be detained in prisons and camps of the Syria Democratic Forces under their tight guarding, and the reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that the number of children and women reached about 2080 children and women, of 44 non-Syrian different nationalities, while the number of the fighters is about 1100 fighters of 31 non-Syrian different nationalities, and the reliable sources confirmed to the SOHR that the meeting discussed for long hours, the seriousness of releasing such number of all of those persons mentioned above.

The reasons for releasing about 3200 persons of the members of the organization and of children and women of Arab, Asian, western, American and Latin nationalities, came as a result that their countries refused to receive them, where only one country expressed its readiness for bringing their citizens back to their Motherland, while all of the other countries which the members of the organization and the children and women belong to, abstained from bringing them back despite the continuous communications by the self-management and the leading parties in the east of the Euphrates, to accomplish the process of the return of those who are detained in their prisons and camps, of the non-Syrian nationalities, to their countries, the discussions also confirmed that the release will be carried out on the Syrian territory, and that all of them will be released at a perspective time.

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