Kurdish parties reject Assad's offer to meet

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 9, 2011 11:02

Kurdish political parties rejected Syrian President Bashar Assad's invitation to meet due to pressure from the "Kurdish street," Al Arabiya reported Thursday.

Head of the Yakiti Kurdish party, Fouad Aliko, said that the decision was reached during a consultative meeting by the Kurdish parties in Al-Qamishli, saying that the "Kurdish parties are still looking for more favorable circumstances for a such a meeting" with Assad.


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