Fri, Nov 06|
The Keys to Our Homes Do Not Rust
We are pleased to invite you to join the virtual roundtable to discuss "the Keys to Our Homes Do Not Rust" paper on evaluating the ceasefire agreement in Northeast Syria Ras Al-Ain / Sere Kanye as a model.
Time & Location
Nov 06, 2020, 7:00 PM
About the event
The agreement signed on 17 October 2019 between the United States and Turkey was most questionable. It provided for the suspension of Turkish military operations for a period of 5 days in order for the Syrian Democratic Forces to withdraw from a proposed safe area south of the Turkish border.
Within this framework, TEVN prepared a research paper with the aim of evaluating this "ceasefire agreement" regarding the area between Tal Abyad / Gire Spi and Ras al-Ain / Sere Kaniye along the Turkish-Syrian border.
The paper includes views and opinions of people from the city of Ras al-Ain / Sere Kaniye, representing all the region's components (Kurds, Arabs, Christians, and Yazidis) and different societal positions including politicians, activists, journalists, and technocrats. The goal of this paper is to assess the implementation of the Agreement and its results.
The event will be in Arabic.
Researcher: Renas Sino, CEO of TEVN and
The facilitator: Muhammad Baqi