The President of the Syrian Coalition, Anas al-Abda, met with representatives of civic groups and services institutions operating in the province of Idlib on Saturday as part of a tour to discuss the latest developments in northwestern Syria which has been subjected to fierce onslaught by the Assad regime and Russia since last April.
The meeting discussed the possible political, services and humanitarian ways to support the resilience of civilians in the face of the barbaric bombing campaign against the liberated areas.
President Al-Abda gave an overview of the plan of action of the new presidential body and the political committee to develop the work of the Coalition and its institutions. He stressed the importance of correcting the past mistakes and the advancement of the institutions of the revolution to be able to provide services to civilians in the liberated areas.
President Al-Abda praised the efforts of civic groups operating in difficult conditions in the areas that are subjected to grave violations, stressing that these sacrifices “will not be forgotten or erased from the memory of the Syrian people.”
Moreover, Al-Abda said that the Coalition has made extensive consultations with the states supporting the Syrian revolution and the United Nations to put an end to the bombardment of residential areas as well as civilian and medical facilities.
The Coalition puts the wellbeing of civilians in Idlib on top of its priorities. Our number one priority is ensuring protection for civilians and providing services to millions of civilians in the liberated areas.” He underscored that the targeting of civilians is a war crime punishable by the International Law. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)