President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Anas Abdah, held an important meeting with the leadership of the National Liberation Front, an affiliate of the Syrian National Army, as well as notables and representatives of civil and political groups in Idlib province. Participants in the meeting also included members of the SOC’s political committee.
The meeting, which took place in the town of Jindires in rural Afrin, focused on rearranging the internal affairs and promoting teamwork. Participants in the meeting stressed the need for thorough preparation for the upcoming challenges in view of the critical circumstances the Syrian revolution is currently going through.
President Abdah discussed with them the latest political developments and the current situation on the ground.
He lauded the efforts being made by the various civil groups and actors in the liberated areas to confront the coronavirus pandemic, pointing to the possibility to build on this cooperation to create an environment that helps strengthen coordination and develop a new roadmap for the success of the civil administration.
Moreover, President Abdah pointed out that the SOC is seeking to activate its role in the liberated areas through its executive arms, namely the Syrian Interim Government, the Assistance Coordination Unit, Local Councils, and the Syrian National Army. It is also seeking to cooperate with the revolutionary and civil actors in order to help achieve the demands of the Syrian people and the Syrian revolution.
President Abdah congratulated the participants for the advent of the blessed month of Ramadan as he extended his condolences for the families of the victims of the terrorist bombing that took place in Afrin on Tuesday. He stressed that coordination and cooperation are crucial for success in foiling such terrorist attacks.
He stressed the need to maintain the agreement in place in Idlib until a nationwide ceasefire is reached in accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 2254 and a political transition is achieved. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)