A delegation from the Syrian Coalition headed by President Abdurrahman Mustafa visited the liberated areas in northern Syria where it held several meetings with local councils, the FSA groups, and the Central Court of northern rural Aleppo.
The delegation was accompanied by head of the Syrian Interim Government Jawad Abu Hatab, Secretary General of the Syrian Coalition Nazir al-Hakim, and members of the Coalition’s General Assembly.
The delegation toured northern and eastern rural Aleppo, including the town of Al-Raie where they met with representatives of the Judicial Council in the town. The meeting discussed the need to strengthen the role and integrity of the judiciary and uphold the principles of justice and accountability. The delegation also met with officials of Aleppo Provincial Council and the local sub-councils in the region.
Head of the Syrian Coalition said that “in the coming period we are seeking to intensify visits to the liberated areas and to hold extensive meetings with local councils and civil bodies. He pointed out that aim of the visits is to focus on strengthening the role of local administration and supporting institutional work by all possible means.
Mustafa described the meetings as “productive and constructive.” He said that more work needs to be done to reach a strong procedures consolidating all these ideas in the liberated areas.” He noted that “he was briefed on the reports prepared by the local councils and the problems and challenges facing them.” He added: “We need to develop and strengthen the role of civil administrations by all available means.”
He also said that there are important potentials that can be worked on despite the immense challenges ahead. “I have touched a great desire for accomplishment and cooperation for reconstruction,” he said.
Mustafa said that the Coalition, in cooperation with the Syrian Interim Government, local councils, and the FSA groups, is in the process of activating the work of service and administrative institutions by the local population. “We are seeking to come closer to the revolution’s social base using all the available means.”
He also stressed that the implementation of the Idlib agreement, which achieved calm and stability in the region, requires us to provide services and a decent life for civilians in all liberated areas. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)