The delegation of the Syrian Negotiations Commission, led by President Badr Jamous, convened with Mr. Nathan Haik, the MENA Advisor to the French Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs office in Paris.
The delegation comprised Jamal Soleiman from the Cairo Platform, Alise Mofrej from the National Coordination Committee for Democratic Change Forces, and Ibrahim Barro from the Kurdish National Council.
The delegation discussed France’s pivotal role in the Security Council. Jamous emphasized France’s significance as both a permanent member and the current rotating president, expressing confidence in its ability to maintain the Syrian file on the international stage.
Jamous delivered a comprehensive overview of political developments in Syria, highlighting concerns about the Assad regime’s evasion of the negotiating process and refusal to implement UN Security Council Resolution 2254. He urged France to exert broader influence in pushing for the resolution’s implementation at the UN Security Council level, emphasizing that adhering to UN resolutions is the sole viable path to bring peace to Syria.
During discussions with the French advisor, Jamous underscored the importance of the peaceful revolutionary movement in Suwayda and cautioned about deteriorating security and humanitarian conditions in Daraa and other Syrian provinces.
Mr. Haik affirmed his country’s support for the Syrian Negotiations Commission’s efforts to ensure the success of the political process. He reiterated France’s unwavering stance in supporting the Syrian people until they establish a state based on law and justice.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)