President of the Syrian Negotiations Commission, Badr Jamous, delivered a comprehensive overview during the 69th meeting of the SOC’s General Assembly held in the liberated areas on Thursday.
Jamous addressed the latest developments in the political process and the ongoing negotiating endeavors in Syria, highlighting the prolonged stagnation of the negotiation process due to the regime’s intransigence and refusal to engage in any substantial initiatives related to the political process.
Jamous underscored the Commission’s continuous efforts to bolster its negotiating role at the local, regional, and international levels. He emphasized the imperative of exerting pressure on the Security Council and the United Nations to implement the Geneva Communique of 2012 and UN Resolution 2254.
Additionally, Jamous stressed the need to intensify endeavors to maintain the effectiveness of the Syrian political file on the international stage. He confirmed the Commission’s formal request for a session in the Security Council to address the non-implementation of Resolution 2254, eight years after its issuance.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)