Co-president of the Democratic Union Party PYD said that the autonomous administration of Syrian Kurdistan will open diplomatic missions in Russia, Germany and France, ANF news reported.
The statement comes at the Legislative Assembly of the Jazeera (Cizire) Canton in Syrian Kurdistan, Rojava, held its 43rd meeting on Saturday.
Muslim who also attended the meeting spoke about the political developments in the region and the world.
Muslim said the Kurds are now having diplomatic talks with all the powers around the world, and attributed this success to the struggle and efforts made by the Kurdish people in political, military and diplomatic arena.
Muslim stated that Democratic Autonomous Administration of Rojava will open missions in Moscow, Berlin and Paris in the wake of talks in the mentioned places.
PYD Co-chair said this was a significant development following the opening of the first mission in Sulaimani city, the cultural capital of Iraqi Kurdistan, in August, 2015.
Syrian Kurdish PYD leaders last Wednesday held talks in Moscow with Russia’s deputy foreign minister over the conflict in the war-torn nation, including talks about further steps toward the opening of a Russian office.
Deputy minister Mikhail Bogdanov hosted the co-chair of the PYD Asya Abdullah and the head of the administration in the Kobani Canton of Syrian Kurdistan Anwar Muslim, Russia’s foreign ministry said in a statement.
Earlier last week an International Kurdish Conference, organised jointly by the Union of International Kurdish Social Institutions and Russian Institute of Strategic Research (RISI) has kicked off in Moscow.
Ankara has warned Moscow and U.S. it would not tolerate Kurdish territorial gains close to its frontiers in Syrian Kurdistan.
Syrian Kurds declared their own autonomous Kurdish region (Western Kurdistan, Rojava) in November 2013.
Democratic autonomy declared in Gire Spi (Tel Abyad) in Syrian Kurdistan on October 21, 2015.