A Syrian Kurdish official with the National Alliance for Syria, a main opponent to the regime of Bashar al-Assad, has revealed that Kurdish Syrian Peshmerga forces will join the Free Syrian Army (FSA).
Fuad Aliko told BasNews that a delegation from the alliance has visited Kurdistan Region to take a closer look at the strenght of the Kurdish Syrian Peshmerga forces, with a view to them joining the FSA.
Aliko said that the delegation has returned to Syrian Kurdistan and are confident a deal can be reached for the Peshmerga to return to Rojava and fight the Assad regime soon.
The Kurdish official said that international efforts are underway to pressure the two main Kurdish groups – the Kurdish National Council (ANKS) and the Democratic Union Party (PYD) – to reach an agreement enabling the Kurdish Syrian Peshmerga force to return to Rojava.
The Syrian Kurdish Peshmerga forces have been trained and armed by Iraqi Kurdistan and the United States.