Syrian Coalition Meets Local Bodies in Rural Aleppo to Discuss Latest Developments
The Syrian National Coalition’s political committee and coordinators of the Coalition’s offices on Friday met with representatives of local bodies and councils in the Coalition’s office in rural Aleppo. Both sides discussed the latest developments in rural Hama and Idlib as well as the barbaric military campaign being launched by the Assad and Russian and Iranian forces.
The discussions included the Coalition's diplomatic and political efforts to bring an end to the Assad regime’s onslaught on northwestern Syria. Both sides also discussed the tragedy being experienced by the people of Idlib and rural Hama and the dire conditions facing civilians who were forced by the ruthless shelling and systematic destruction to flee once again. Participants in the meeting called on the international humanitarian organizations to provide the necessary support for civilians who are staying out in the open.
During its meeting with representatives of the northeastern region, the political committee gave an overview of the arrangements for the establishment of a safe zone east of the Euphrates River. It listened to suggestions and proposals of the representatives of rural Hama and Idlib province. It also met with the Rural Damascus Provisional Council, the Free Bar Association, the Commission for the Release of Detainees, and the General Commission of the Eastern Region, Jarablus Sector.
The political committee highlighted the current situation in the ‘de-escalation zone,’ especially the bombings, destruction and mass displacement of the civilian population. The committee also gave an overview of the latest developments in the political process and the future of the east of the Euphrates River. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)