The Syrian Negotiations Commission, Stabilization Support Unit, and Syrian Civil Defense organized a special event to highlight the consequences of the devastating earthquake that struck Türkiye and Syria on February 6, and assess the needs of the population in northwestern Syria.
The event was attended by the President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Salem Al-Meslet, President of the Syrian Negotiations Commission, Badr Jamous, and Head of the Syrian Interim Government, Abdurrahman Mustafa, along with representatives of donor countries and international and local organizations.
During the event, Al-Meslet discussed the conditions of Syrians in Türkiye and Syria, and the challenges they faced before and after the earthquake. Jamous provided an overview of the latest developments in the political process, the Assad regime’s blackmail of the international community on the issue of aid, and its attempts to falsify the facts.
Mustafa presented a report on the assistance provided in the liberated areas, while the Director of the Assistance Coordination Unit, Muhammad Hasno, shared statistics on the damages resulting from the earthquake. The teams working on the ground, especially the Syrian Civil Defense, presented statistics, facts, and testimonies after the devastating earthquake occurred. The Stabilization Support Unit presented a report on the assessment of urgent needs.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)