The General Assembly 23rd meeting began today in Istanbul. At the top of its agenda is the election of a new presidential body, discussing the situation on the ground and the effects of the Iranian nuclear agreement on the Syrian Revolution and the region.
Spokesman for the Syrian Coalition Salem al-Meslet said that the General Assembly three-day meeting will also discuss the proposal put forward by the international envoy to Syria, Staffan de Mistura, to the UN Secretary General after he completed bilateral consultations. The meeting will also discuss the ongoing efforts aimed at the formation of a new FSA High Military Command.
Moreover, the meeting is being held to discuss all internal and important issues and emerging challenges, to establish safe areas that Turkey are now working to establish in the north as well as setting up a civil administration in this area. The meeting will discuss mechanisms for the moving of the Syrian Coalition and the Syrian Interim government to those areas to provide services to Syrians living there. (Source: Syrian Coalition)