Head of the Syrian Interim Government (SIG) Abdurrahman Mustafa toured the town of Tel Abyad in northern rural Raqqa a few days after it was liberated from the PYD militia as part of Operation Peace Spring.
Accompanied by SIG’s ministers, Mustafa met with the townspeople and listened to their needs. He promised to work to meet their needs and demands and to bring stability to the town as he stressed that having been cleared of terrorist organizations, the town entered a new phase that will be characterized by the restoration of security, freedom and human dignity.
Mustafa pointed out that SIG’s ministers are working to form local councils of the local people; activate institutions; and provide services to the population.
The SIG delegation also visited the headquarters of the Syrian National Army’s (SNA) Third Corps as Mustafa thanked the SNA’s fighters for liberating the region. He urged them to treat civilians fairly and help meet their needs pending the SIG and its police force’s assumption of their roles. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)