The Syrian National Coalition’s Secretary-General, Abdelbaset Abdullatif, and member of the political committee, Muhammad Al-Khatib, visited the Coalition’s representative office in the Turkish province of Mersin where they met with the Coalition’s representative in the province Fadi Ibrahim. The two sides discussed the conditions of Syrian nationals and the major difficulties and challenges facing them.
The two sides discussed the latest developments with regards to granting temporary protection ID cards as Ibrahim pointed out that work is continuing to secure legal cover for the residence of all Syrians in the city, including those coming from the province of Sanliurfa.
Abdullatif praised the work being carried out by the Coalition’s office in Mersin, especially its constant communications with Syrian nationals and its addressing of the problems and difficulties facing them.
Abdullatif and Al-Khatib also met with a group of Syrian pilgrims and heads of the Hajj groups in and discussed with them preparations for the upcoming Hajj season.
Abdullatif also visited charities that the Syrian nationals established in the city such as the Guest House. He said that such projects are a source of pride as he stressed the importance of cooperativeness in these critical circumstances.
Abdullatif also visited the Coalition’s office in Hatay where he met with the representative of the Coalition in the province, Adnan Al-Shughri in addition to a delegation comprising representatives of the Syrian community in the province. He stressed the need for the office to help address the problems facing the Syrian nationals in the province and help them overcome obstacles in their legal transactions. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)