The Office of Studies and Documents in the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC) presented a comprehensive report on the latest developments in Arab, Turkish, and international positions to the political committee on Wednesday. The report underscored the dangers posed by the growing Iranian influence in Syria and its negative repercussions on the region.
The coordinator of the Office emphasized the importance of proposing thoughtful, clear, and realistic initiatives that can be implemented in the liberated areas. A well-crafted model that serves the interests of the Syrian people in these regions was presented as an example.
In its concluding remarks, the Office put forth a series of recommendations, including the appeal to Arab countries not to engage in unconditional normalization with the Assad regime, as it would fail to meet their desired outcomes. With over half of the Syrian population residing in areas outside the regime’s control, the Office argued that it is in the interest of Arab countries to contribute to a solution that safeguards the well-being of the people. Such an approach would foster stability in Syria and the wider region, while pressuring the regime to adhere to the Geneva track and implement UN resolutions.
Furthermore, the report called for engagement with Western countries that reject normalization with the Assad regime. It urged the presentation of effective initiatives aimed at achieving a political resolution and securing the interests of the Syrian people in accordance with international resolutions, particularly the implementation of Resolution 2254.
Emphasizing the need to expand dialogue among revolutionary forces and the Syrian opposition, the report stressed the importance of maintaining a unified stance that upholds the demands of the Syrian people for freedom and dignity, rejecting submission to the tyrannical regime.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)