Our SDF General Command Meets with Delegations from Raqqa, Tabqa, Manbij, and the Turkish-Occupied Areas

Our SDF General Command recently received delegations from the people and notables of Raqqa, Tabqa, and Manbij. Separate meetings were held with each delegation to discuss the overall security, military, and administrative situations. Rohlat Mohamed, and Chia Kobani, members of the SDF General Command, and Roxan Mohamed, spokeswoman for the Women’s Protection Units (YPJ), attended these meetings.

During the discussions, the delegations expressed their full support for the SDF, emphasizing unity of destiny and common interests. They reiterated their support since the SDF’s establishment and stressed the importance of internal solidarity and unity to confront external threats, including those from the Syrian regime, Turkey, and ISIS.

The delegations also addressed ways to improve the functioning of administrative and service institutions. Topics included the situation of prisoners and detainees whose hands were not stained with blood, combating corruption, drugs, and smuggling, supporting agriculture, and enhancing education. The issue of informal camps and the necessity of consolidating them into a single camp was also discussed.

Representatives from the occupied areas of Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ain/Serekaniye participated, requesting that their specific needs be fulfilled. The elders called for decisive action by the security and military forces against smuggling. Additionally, several sheikhs and dignitaries presented administrative and service-related complaints to our SDF General Command, who committed to addressing these issues with the relevant authorities to find prompt solutions.

Our SDF Commander-in-Chief Mazloum Abdi announced that official meetings will be held with the Internal Security Forces and other relevant institutions to seriously consider these demands. The file of detainees without blood on their hands will be legally reviewed and addressed with the appropriate institutions.

The importance of participating in self-defense duties to maintain regional security and protect the population was emphasized. At the conclusion of the meetings, our SDF General Command pledged to overcome long-term challenges and highlighted the importance of mutual trust and cooperation to achieve their goals and enhance security in the region.

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