President Macron emphasizes that France will continue to support North and East Syria

The Elysée Palace said in a statement that President Macron emphasized that they will continue to support North and East Syria.

A statement was issued by the Elysée Palace about the meeting between President Emmanuel Macron and the Syrian Democratic Council (MSD) delegation in Paris on Monday.

The delegation from North and East Syria included the co-chair of the Syrian Democratic Council (MSD) Executive Council, Ilham Ehmed, the co-chair of the Northern and Eastern Syria Autonomous Administration Executive Council Berivan Xalid and the co-chair of the Deir ez-Zor Civil Administration Executive Council Xesan El Yusif.

Details of the meeting were also shared by the Elysée Palace, which said in a statement that Macron insisted on "the need to continue working in favor of ensuring the political stability of North and East Syria and establishing an inclusive government."

Emmanuel Macron saluted the bravery of the fighters in the Kurdish-controlled North and East Syria region and the sacrifices endured by the local people in their fight against ISIS.

Emphasizing that Paris will continue to fight "terrorism" together with the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), Macron said that France has provided more than 100 million Euros of humanitarian aid to the region since the liberation of Raqqa, the stronghold of ISIS, in 2017. Macron promised that he would continue to help.