HomenewsA reconciliation was held between two families in Amuda township.
news

A reconciliation was held between two families in Amuda township.

In coordination with reconciliation committees and the administration of Amuda township, the relation office of Syrian Democratic Forces in the eastern region of Hasakah province, organized a tribal reconciliation between two families. The quarrel between the Badina tribe and the Surkjevi tribe began 5 month ago.

After the intervention of regional dignitaries and reconciliation committee the two families accepted to put an end to their dispute. The meeting was held yesterday in Amuda township, members of Syrian democratic council, members of Self-administration in north and east Syria, representatives of Kurdish and Arab tribal and member of relation office of Syrian Democratic Forces attended the meeting.

The director of relation office in Syrian Democratic Forces in the north and east of Syria Hakki Karar” spoke. He thanked  all those who participated and cooperated in the re-establishment of relationship between the two families and all those who seek peace.

He also thanked the two families for accepting reconciliation.

At the end the members of the  two families shook hands with each other according to social customs as an evidence of reconciliation and ending the dispute between them.

SDF-Media Center

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *