Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin has said in a conference, Syrian Kurds should start a dialogue with President Bashar Al Assad as the United States military is pulling out from Syria.
He said, “We support dialogue between Damascus and the Kurds.”
He said, the Kurds are a part of the population of Syria.
The Deputy Foreign Minister said, they know about the problems between Damascus and the Kurds, there is a solution through dialogue.
Kurdish fighters have spearheaded the fight against Daesh militants.
The Kurdish militant groups are being supported by the United States.
The U.S. troops are on the ground in Syria’s northeastern part.
Neighbouring state Turkey views the Kurdish militant groups as terrorists, a major part of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).
The Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said, the main concern of Turkey is the safety and security of border and their people.
Turkey and its Syrian rebel proxies have led two previous offensives inside Syria.
The Kurds have largely stayed out of Syria’s eight-year civil war, instead building their own institutions in a third of the country under their control.
After the suggestion by the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin, United States Lieutenant General Paul LaCamera said, if the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) partnered with Syrian President Bashar Al Assad, the U.S. will have to sever its military assistance to the SDF.
The U.S.-led coalition is battling ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
U.S. Lieutenant General Paul LaCamera is the commander of the U.S.-led coalition.