President of the Syrian Negotiations Commission, Badr Jamous, engaged in discussions with groups of Syrian youth and students at the local council unit office in the town of Azaz on Tuesday. The focus of the conversation was the trajectory of the political process and the hurdles posed by the regime hindering progress.
Jamous reiterated the Commission’s commitment to its stances and the complete implementation of UN resolutions, particularly Resolutions 2254 and 2118. Emphasizing the crucial role of Syrian youth in shaping the country’s future across political, scientific, intellectual, and social spheres, Jamous stressed the Commission’s reliance on the heightened political awareness observed among university students, expressing a keen interest in their involvement in the political process.
Taking stock of the challenges faced by youth and students in northern Syria, Jamous acknowledged their opinions on the political solution and their related proposals during the meeting.
The Syrian opposition’s chief negotiator highlighted the pivotal role of informed Syrian youth and students who, despite challenging circumstances, are eager to pursue education. Jamous underscored that the youth constitute the future of Syria and are genuine partners in driving the political solution and shaping the nation’s destiny. He emphasized the need to establish a permanent and ongoing mechanism for continuous communication.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)