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05 February 2020 In Coalition News

Secretary-General of the Syrian National Coalition, Abd al-Basit Abd al-Latif, met members of the political committee in Idlib, head of the Free Association of Tadmur Ex-detainees, and commanders of the Syrian National Army in the town of Jindires in Afrin countryside.

Abd al-Latif was accompanied by members of the Coalition’s political committee and the General Assembly Ahmed Ramadan, Bahjat al-Atassi, Ahmed al-Shehadi, and Najib Rahmoun.

Participants also discussed the grave situation in Idlib as they reviewed the on the ground and military situation in the battlefronts and the morale of the opposition fighters. They saluted the heroes of the Syrian National Army, stressing that their legendary steadfastness in the face of the Russian military machine, the world’s second most powerful army, will live on as an eternal symbol of courage in the conscience of the Syrian people.

They also discussed the situation in the liberated areas, especially the towns and villages most affected by the bombardment and shelling and ways to meet the basic needs of civilians so that they settle down in the areas they are resorting to.

Moreover, participants discussed the conditions of the people who fled Idlib and Aleppo, their humanitarian and relief needs, the areas they are heading to, and the work of local councils in the relatively safer areas in order to accommodate the displaced people and look after their needs.

They reaffirmed commitment to the rights of the Syrian people and the principles of the revolution for freedom and dignity. They also stressed the importance of continued communication between the political components and revolutionary bodies in the liberated areas with the Coalition and ways to enhance cooperation and coordination. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)

05 February 2020 In Coalition News

Secretary-General of the Syrian National Coalition, Abd al-Basit Abd al-Latif, conducted a tour of inspection to the headquarters of the Military Police in rural Aleppo. He met Commander of the Military Police, Brigadier General Ahmed Al-Kurdi, and reviewed the tasks and performance of the elements of the Syrian National Army.

Accompanied with the Coalition members, Abd al-Latif affirmed the importance of compliance with rules and articles set out in the code of conduct which was previously approved by the Syrian Interim Government’s Ministry of Defense.

The two sides discussed the importance of revitalizing the work of the military police in the liberated areas as well as training their personnel on modern methods and developing their skills.

They also stressed the importance of the military police taking its role in controlling violations and abuses that may be committed by some elements.

The two sides also discussed the issue of forensic science and the importance of qualifying and training of staff and enabling them to deal with the cases faced by the military police. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)

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