Resistance of Maxmur opens door to negotiation

The resistance of the Maxmur people for 3 days opened the door to negotiation.

Iraqi army stopped digging trenches.

The people have been resisting for three days against the Iraqi army’s attempt to besiege the Refugee Camp in Maxmur.

The resistance of the Maxmur people for 3 days opened the door to negotiation.

On Monday night, a delegation of Maxmur people shared the results of their meeting with the Iraqi authorities.

Maxmur Democratic People’s Assembly co-chair Filiz Budak said: “Dear resisting people. The name of the Kurdish people is resistance and this includes the people of Maxmur.

We have meetings, of course, but we cannot say that everything is concluded. We have brought the government to the negotiation table.

We have been resisting here for three days. We have meetings, of course, but we cannot say that everything is concluded. We have brought the government to the negotiation table.

Filiz Budak. Maxmur Democratic People’s Assembly co-chair. (Foto:Jinha)

The three-day resistance of the people and society brought them to that table. They wanted to achieve their aim but could not. They came and sat at the table. They stopped digging trenches. We conveyed our demands to them. We will never accept the erection of towers, fences or ditches. Some of our requests were accepted. Now the decision to dig a trench is on the agenda. For this reason, they have stopped it for now, and will forward it to Baghdad with our other requests. We will have another meeting. The result will be known today.

Cover image: Jinha

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This news first appeared in Firat News Agency ANF. The news and its title were abridged by Infowelat. 

 

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