President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Hadi Al-Bahra, emphasized the significance of fostering effective partnerships between the revolution institutions, opposition forces, and Syrian civil society organizations. This collaboration aims to generate ideas, proposals, and future strategies for improving living conditions and promoting development in northern Syria.
A collaborative workshop, organized by the SOC’s Civil Society Organizations Working Group, will commence in the Turkish city of Gaziantep on Thursday. Titled “The Joint National Plan for Developing Northern Syria – Integration of Roles,” the workshop will convene approximately 35 Syrian civil society organizations.
Discussions will revolve around establishing necessary regulations to govern relationships, exploring integration imperatives, and analyzing geographical sectors in terms of human impact and efficiency. Additionally, the workshop will focus on assessing internal resources and strategies to address deficits.
Al-Bahra reiterated his belief in the power of cooperation among Syrians, their institutions, organizations, unions, and technical experts. He emphasized that such collaboration will contribute to alleviating the plight of residents in liberated areas by empowering Syrian civilians, fostering personal development, and maximizing support for small-scale initiatives and projects.
In addressing the formidable challenges posed by insufficient humanitarian aid from donor countries and stagnation in the political process, Al-Bahra emphasized the necessity of confronting these obstacles to alleviate the multifaceted suffering experienced by Syrians.
Expressing gratitude on behalf of the Syrian people, Al-Bahra extended thanks to countries continuing to provide humanitarian support and fulfill their obligations. Such support enables Syrians to endure the protracted tragedy spanning over a decade.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)