We do not claim that we are among the first to speak and call for dialogue between the brothers. There is no doubt that there are those who preceded us but perhaps did not rise to become the basis of a political program as we want it.
Dialogue in its different dimensions and not only in its political dimension is the start of our democratic project and a reason in its existence and its way of thinking, practice, and behavior. Dialogue is the rational culture we call to replace the thought of political conflict with the thought of political convergence.
We have given the dialogue dimensions not limited to not only at the narrow political level but opened the way for new broad prospects.
Dialogue with oneself, dialogue with the other, dialogue with other actors, dialogue with other parties, dialogue with the people, dialogue with civil society institutions, dialogue with regimes and dialogue with the East and West.
As for political work, we believe that carrying public concern must be in society and needs dialogue. Politics is daily and direct friction between the society and the contribution to change it by offering alternatives and visions that are based on reality. It frees politics from the obstacles of isolation and exclusion.
To discuss the visits that lead to dialogue, we must realistically and fairly determine their positive points. Our recent visits have had good and fruitful results in strengthening brotherly relations. And carried messages of love and openness to everyone for fruitful and serious cooperation to achieve common interests in all areas, especially political, economic and security and to win the confidence of all parties and resolve all the previous issues, as well as during these visits we discussed several vital files of interest to the Kurdish community, especially on the security of the region politically, economically and security basis. We discussed with the political parties in Rojava of Kurdistan(West of Kurdistan) the latest developments on the Kurdish political scene in Syria and its impact on all the Kurdish parties and we found that there are pressing issues that must be discussed with all other relevant parties.
I firmly believe that such dialogues and meetings planted some satisfaction among our masses eager to the dialogues and meetings between the Kurdish parties because any understanding is certainly in the interest of the Kurdish society and political stability, so we all believe that our visits were important and useful to all and can be better exploited through cooperation to apply results on the ground.
In conclusion, we succeeded in conveying the sense of danger to everyone and we were warned that events no longer allow for more complacency. The possibility of success remains possible if the speeches of differences are abandoned, thus limiting the stage to a specific program and points away from continuing differences
Knowing that our visits were in coordination and agreement with all trends and parties agree with us on the democratic project and hence any dialogue will create a common ground and a unified look to overcome the obstacles.