Head of the Syrian Interim Government, Abdurrahman Mustafa, presented a work report for the past two months to the General Assembly during its 69th meeting held in the liberated areas on Thursday.
Mustafa provided an overview of the ministries’ activities in the liberated areas, highlighting significant achievements attained during the specified period. He emphasized the imperative of attracting investments to the liberated areas to establish an environment conducive to drawing businesspeople and investors.
Mustafa also discussed the recent reforms and advancements in the Ministry of Defense as part of a comprehensive plan for the Syrian National Army. He underscored the completion of a series of executive measures aimed at enhancing organization, alongside efforts to monitor the judiciary, military police, and military code of conduct.
Additionally, Mustafa emphasized the need for concerted efforts in northern Syria, advocating for a mechanism to monitor and evaluate executive institutions. He highlighted the significance of collaborative endeavors to garner international support for the liberated areas, particularly in the face of attempts by the Assad regime to undermine revolutionary institutions.
Mustafa pointed out that the Syrian Interim Government, in its discussions with foreign officials, detected a strong commitment to supporting the interim government as the legitimate authority and reinforcing its powers and responsibilities in the region. These meetings served as opportunities for the interim government to elucidate the conditions and needs of the liberated areas, especially considering the challenging circumstances prevailing in the region.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)