Syrian Interim Government in Berlin to Urge Support for Services Projects in Liberated Areas
A delegation from the Syrian Interim Government (SIG) met with officials from the German Foreign Ministry in Berlin and discussed with them the situation on the ground in Syria, especially in the liberated areas as well as the situation of services and institutional work.
The delegation met with German Ambassador Eckhard Proze, Germany’s aid coordinator in the Middle East Patrick Wagner, and coordinator of the Syrian file in the German Foreign Ministry Isabella Mancuso.
The meeting discussed the major challenges and difficulties facing the activation of the work of institutions and service projects in the liberated areas as well as ways to meet the urgent needs of the large numbers of people who were forcibly displaced to northern Syria.
Both sides also discussed ways to strengthen cooperation to secure funding for services projects being implemented by SIG in the liberated areas. The discussions also touched on the SIG’s Trust Fund and its future projects in those areas.
Participants in the meeting underscored the importance of supporting SIG’s work in the liberated areas in view of the Assad regime and its allies’ destruction of most health, educational, services and judicial institutions. SIG’s said that this support is key to alleviate the suffering of Syrian civilian and the consolidation of civil democratic work. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)