SDC in talks with Damascus


Syrian Democratic Forces 2016 at al-Shaddadi


The Syrian Democratic Council (SDC), the political branch of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), convened with parties under its umbrella on July 30 to call on all democratic parties in Syria to join in its dialogue with the regime of Bashar al-Assad.

The meeting took place in the city of Derbasiya at the headquarters of the SDC “to discuss all related aspects of the visit between the Syrian Democratic Council and Damascus”. Turkey has staged military incursions into Syria to battle the YPG, a Kurdish militia that spearheads the SDF.


[ July 21  SDF advancing on the Hajin frontline, Inherent Resolve Operation Roundup   ]



Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials congratulated the Syrian Democratic Forces today on their successful clearance of Dashishah, Syria
“Syrian Democratic Forces have cleared al-Dashishah, and are now progressing in the northern Dayr az Zawr countryside. We’ve also made progress in the Middle Euphrates River Valley, advancing on the Hajin frontline, clearing houses, eliminating [ISIS] terrorists and dismantling their [improvised explosive devices],” said SDF spokesman Kino Gabriel. Operation Roundup is the coalition operation to accelerate the defeat of ISIS in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Syria-Iraq border regions.


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