The Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) political committee held a regular meeting in the presence of President Salem Al-Meslet on Wednesday and Thursday. The committee discussed the latest field and political developments as well as reviewed the reports of the SOC’s offices, departments, and committees.
Al-Meslet talked about the results of the meeting he has recently held with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu. In attendance were also President of the Syrian Negotiations Commission Badr Jamous and Head of the Syrian Interim Government Abdurrahman Mustafa.
Al-Meslet pointed out that Mr. Çavuşoğlu reaffirmed his country’s continued support for the Syrian people’s cause and for reaching a political solution in line with UN Security Council Resolution 2254 and other relevant UN resolutions.
SOC’s Vice President Abdulahad Astepho gave an overview on the ongoing preparations for the SOC’s visit to the United States in conjunction with the upcoming United Nations General Assembly session.
SOC’s Vice President Abdel Hakim Bashar spoke about his meetings with the Syrian nationals and officials in the Kurdistan region of Iraq which focused on discussing the latest developments in the political process.
SOC’s Vice President Ruba Habboush spoke about preparations by the Syrian Women’s Authority to hold workshops with women in the cities of Şanlıurfa and Gaziantep.
Meanwhile, Secretary of the SOC’s political committee, Abdul Majeed Barakat, talked about the results of the previous meeting as he gave an overview on the regional and international events related to Syria.
The SOC’s Office of Unions and Sports Federations presented a report on the activities of the Sports and Youth Commission, while the SOC’s Communities Office provided an overview on the results of the meeting with the leaders of the Syrian community in the United States.
The SOC’s Committee of Political Parties and Movements talked about the results of its meeting with the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood. The Syrian-Turkish Joint Committee, the National Commission for the Affairs of the Missing and Detainees, and the Office of Refugee Affairs presented an overview on their action plans.
For its part, the Office of Studies and Documentation presented a paper on the developments in the Turkish position on Syria. It also put forward recommendations on the implementation of UN Resolution 2642 on the cross-border delivery of aid into Syria. It also reviewed the results of the two workshops held recently on the Human Security Program.
(Source: SOC’s media department)