The YPG co-leader calls for a Syrian solution to Syria, free of foreign intervention.
Commenting on the Ankara, Damascus, and Rojava relations and talks with Syrian tribes, the Democratic Union Party (PYD) co-leader Salih Muslim noted in an interview that only Syrians can address the problems of Syria.
"There cannot be a free Syria without solving the problems, they have told everyone that they will do whatever is necessary for coexistence, not at the behest of Turkey, Syria, the United States or Russia," Muslim said.
"PYD and the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria are in their own hands and we will not act according to anyone's orders," he said.
The PYD leader explained that Damascus must begin talks to resolve the disputes. "For this to happen, the Syrian peoples, including Kurds, Arabs, Assyrians and all nations, must participate in political decision-making," the PYD leader said.
Since the last few months Turkey has threatened to launch a ground invasion on Rojava to create a "Safe-Zone" stretching across the northern Syria-Turkish border, a move that might lead to the disintegration of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, one of the most democratic women-led places in the world.