Kurds in Syria say they met with President Bashar al-Assad's government to discuss the country's future.
The Syrian Democratic Council, the political wing of the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, released the statement on Saturday.
It said the two sides are working towards an end to the yearslong violence and to "chart a road leading to a decentralized democratic Syria."
That's big news; Assad previously said he would take back "every inch" of territory.
The Syrian civil war started back in 2011 as a mostly peaceful opposition to Assad.