Syrian Democratic Assembly envoy says they are ready to face any threat
The representative of the Syrian Democratic Assembly in the Iraqi Kurdistan region said the self-government administration had prepared itself for any confrontation with possible dangers and was taking the threats seriously, politically and diplomatically, as well as socially and militarily.

Speaking to Kurdpress, Hoshang Derwish, a representative of the Syrian Democratic Assembly in the Iraqi Kurdistan region, said about the recent Turkish threats against Syrian Kurdistan and the possibility of a new attack on the region: "It should be noted that the recent Turkish military attacks on the mountainous areas of Iraqi Kurdistan and areas in northern Syria are all indications of Turkey's plan to blow Kurdish achievements."

He continued: "These measures show Turkey's readiness to plan a new attack on Syrian Kurdistan. Turkey wants to take advantage of the war and the situation in Ukraine."

He added: "The autonomous administration has prepared itself for any confrontation with possible dangers and is taking the threats seriously, politically and diplomatically."

He reminded that the Syrian army besieged the neighborhoods of Sheikh Maghsoud and Ashrafieh in Aleppo, and this shows that there is a secret agreement with Turkey to put pressure on the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES) to destroy the administration.

"We take the risks seriously and use every means possible to prevent this attack," he said. The Turkish attacks on Matina, Avashin, and the mountains of the Kurdistan Region, and the attacks on Kobani, Tal Tamar, and the siege of Sheikh Maghsoud and Ashrafieh by the Syrian army are all interconnected and follow the same policy, which is to destroy the Kurdish gains in these areas.

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