President Khoja met with Oman’s Foreign Minister Yusuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah in Muscat yesterday to discuss the situation in Syria after the Russian military intervention.
The Omani foreign minister expressed concern about the humanitarian situation resulting from the escalation of military operations and the increasing cases of forced displacement resulting from the Russian air raids. Bin Abdullah also stresses the importance of reviving political settlement in accordance with the Geneva I Communique and the UN Security Council resolutions to initiate a political transition in Syria.
President Khoja reiterates that the Syrian Coalition consider the Russian intervention a blatant aggression on Syria as it targets civilians rebel fighters allowing ISIS to extend its control over more territory and consolidate its grip on many areas in Syria.
President Khoja also met with Qatar’s Foreign Minister Khalid al-Attiyah earlier today. They openly discussed the serious repercussions of the Russian intervention on Syria and the region, stressing the importance of taking joint action by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey to stop the military escalation that threatens the unity of Syria and the security of the region. They also highlighted the need to resume the Geneva negotiations in line with the UN Security Council resolutions to achieve the aspirations of the Syrian people in freedom and dignity. (Source: Syrian Coalition)