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Kurdish Politician: Washington Trying Hard to Make Damascus-Kurd Talks Fail

"Washington is trying hard to prevent the talks between the Damascus government and Kurdish forces from bearing fruits," the Arabic-language Russia Today (RT) quoted Rizan Hodu as saying on Saturday.

Yet, he said Syrian-Kurdish talks are underway under a positive atmosphere.

Hodu, also former media advisor of the People's Protection Units (YPG) in Afrin region of Aleppo province, said that US Special Envoy to Syria James Franklin Jeffrey in several messages to the Kurdish forces in Northern Syria has advised them show no haste for holding talks with the Damascus government.

The Kurdish politician, meantime, pointed to the imminent developments as reported by Jeffrey in favor of the Kurdish troops in Syria in the near future, specially after an upcoming NATO Summit in February, and said, "Jeffrey in his messages has pointed to the imposition of a no-fly zone in Northern Syria."

Hodu described the US officials' remarks as worrying, and warned negotiators that any delay in decision-making will be harmful to the Council of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the YPG.

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