El miércoles, la situación en el distrito de Qamishli se volvió puso tensa cuando las fuerzas de seguridad kurdas (Assayish) se movilizaron cerca del bloque de seguridad que conduce al Aeropuerto Militar de Qamishli y detuvo a varios combatientes de las Fuerzas de Defensa Nacional (FDN).

Esta situación llevó a que las FDN detuviesen a varios miembros de las fuerzas Assayish en venganza por las detenciones anteriores.

Finalmente, el gobierno sirio se acercó a los funcionarios del régimen kurdo y se llevó a cabo una reunión para aliviar las tensiones.

Ambas partes acordaron liberar a los prisioneros que tomaron hoy y cesar todas las hostilidades con el fin de restaurar la estabilidad del distrito de Qamishli.

Según fuentes gubernamentales, las Fuerzas de Defensa Nacional se volvieron hostiles con las Assayish cuando empezaron a engrosar sus números cerca de la zona de seguridad en Qamishli; esto dio lugar a un enfrentamiento verbal.

Las tensiones son altas en Qamishli luego de conocerse la intención del PYD para anunciar la implementación de un sistema federal en las zonas bajo control kurdo del norte de Siria.

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