The 52nd meeting of the Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) General Assembly on Saturday began with the chairmanship of President, Nasr Al-Hariri. Participants also included Head of the Syrian Negotiations Commission, Anas Abdah, and head of the Syrian Interim Government, Abdurrahman Mustafa.
The Assembly discussed the latest on the ground and political developments. Participants also reviewed the reports that were submitted by the President, his deputies and the Secretary-General, the Syrian Interim Government, and Assistance Coordination Unit.
Participants began the meeting by paying tribute to the fallen heroes of the Syrian revolution, the latest of whom were doctor Muhammad al-Nabhan who died fighting coronavirus last month and doctor Adnan Al-Jasem who died fighting the virus in the liberated areas in rural Aleppo on Thursday.
Al-Hariri talked about SOC’s work in the past two months and its plan to improve the living conditions of the Syrian people; reach out to components of the Syrian society; and emphasize partnership with the Syrian political parties and currents in reaching a common political vision for a solution in Syria.
Al-Hariri gave an overview on the political, international, and international developments and the major developments in Syria, especially the unprecedented calm in the liberated areas in northwestern Syria. He stressed the need to preserve the ceasefire agreement and develop it into a nationwide ceasefire.
Moreover, Al-Hariri said that the ceasefire agreement is one of the cornerstones that must be built on to reach a political solution in accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 2254.
Al-Hariri highlighted the PYD’s crimes and violations in the areas east of the Euphrates, noting that the SOC’s Al-Jazirah and Euphrates Committee and the rest of the departments and institutions are seeking to address these crimes and expose them and prevent them through a set of steps and procedures.
He stressed that although nearly a year has passed since the formation of the Constitutional Committee, the Assad regime continues with its attempts to disrupt its work.
Al-Hariri talked about the development of the internal work in the SOC, especially the activation of the work of departments, offices, and committees.
He praised the work of the National Dialogue Committee, which has been holding meetings with various components of the Syrian society with the aim of strengthening communication and cooperation and reaching an inclusive national vision. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)