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The Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC) issued an appeal to the world about the risks the coronavirus pandemic poses to the Syrian people, especially those held in the prisons of the Assad regime which continues to deny the existence of any cases of the pandemic in Syria. In a press release issued on Wednesday, the SOC said that the risks of the pandemic are not limited to civilians in the regime-held…
The Syrian Ambassador to Qatar Nizar Al-Heraki held a press conference on the occasion of the ninth anniversary of the Syrian revolution. He stressed that the Syrian revolution will continue until the Syrian people regain freedom and dignity and topple the Assad regime. Al-Heraki spoke about the latest on the ground and military developments as he pointed out that the Syrian people continue to demonstrate heroic resistance in the face…
President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Anas Abdah, accompanied by Head of the Syrian Interim Government (SIG), Abdurrahman Mustafa, met the Syrian community in the State of Qatar as he checked on their living and health conditions. He also discussed with them the latest on the ground and political developments, especially the humanitarian disaster unfolding in Idlib as a result of the escalating military operations. The meeting was attended…
Vice President, Dima Moussa, participated on Wednesday, 11 March, in a panel discussion titled “Idlib after Moscow Reconciliation” and hosted by ORSAM in Ankara. She also participated on 5 March in a conference in Istanbul titled “International Idlib Conference”, organized by the Republic of Turkey Directorate of Communication. During the panel discussion and the conference, Ms. Moussa talked about the importance of implementing a ceasefire in Idlib to pause the…
Head of the Syrian Interim Government (SIG), Abdurrahman Mustafa, met with director general of the Qatar Fund for Development, Khalifa Al-Kuwari and discussed with him several service projects aimed at improving the living conditions in the liberated areas. Mustafa pointed out that more than four million people in the liberated areas need access to essential services in view of the Assad regime’s destruction of the majority of vital institutions and…
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