Representatives of Syrian civil society organizations attended the second day of the 33rd meeting of the Syrian Coalition’s General Assembly to have a close look at the progress of meetings and discussions on the status of the Syrian revolution and the political process.
The participation of civil society organizations came at the invitation of the Syrian Coalition with the aim of promoting greater transparency, cooperation, and partnership with other Syrian institutions and forces.
In the first day of the meeting, which began on Friday, participants discussed reports by the Coalition’s presidential body, the General Assembly, and the political committee whose tenure ended on Friday.
The meeting also discussed a report by the Syrian interim government on the results of its work, especially after the European Union has announced its strategy to support the interim government’s projects aimed at providing services to the population in the liberated areas.
The meeting also discussed a number of important issues, particularly the latest field and political developments, including the outcome of the latest Astana meeting, the results of the latest round of Geneva negotiations, and preparations for the next round of negotiations in Geneva.
The General Assembly will elect a new presidential body, comprised of a president, vice-presidents, a secretary-general, and a 19-member political committee. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)