One of the leaders of Syrian Kurds Redur Xelil stated that the groups under his control would go out of the border area on the North-East of Syria to fulfil the suggested by the U.S. ceasefire agreement. Liberty Radio stated that.
For Kurds the condition is that the forces under Turkey's control let Kurdish fighters and citizens leave settlements, located in the area of hostilities, without hindrance.
One of the leaders of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) who received the American weaponry to fight against the Islamic State group said that Kurdish forces would withdraw from the Turkish-Syrian border on 30 kilometres.
Despite the imposed conditions, this statement is Kurds' the first public recognition about the possibility to go out of the under-controlled territories.
Earlier, Washington and Ankara made a deal, agreeing to a ceasefire in Syria. This is supposed to give Kurdish fighters time to withdraw their troops.