President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Salem Al-Meslet, sent congratulatory letters to the representatives of the countries that have recently joined the UN Security Council, namely Japan, Malta, Ecuador, Mozambique and Switzerland.
On behalf of the SOC, and on behalf of the Syrian people, Al-Meslet congratulated the new countries for assuming their responsibilities as non-permanent members of the United Nations Security Council in 2023. He expressed his wishes that the year 2023 will be a year of peace and prosperity for these countries and for the entire world, and that it will bring with it an end to human suffering everywhere.
Al-Meslet stressed that the SOC seeks to strengthen mutual relations with the countries that recently joined the Security Council, and hopes that cooperation will continue to be strengthened with the aim of achieving a comprehensive political solution in Syria that meets the aspirations of the Syrian people, and helps them overcome this difficult ordeal and build a state based on freedom, justice and good governance.
Moreover, Al-Meslet pointed out that he is confident that the countries that recently joined the Security Council share this goal with the SOC, calling for commitment to supporting the Syrian people in their quest for freedom and democracy.
He added that by moving forward with actual steps towards achieving a political transition in accordance with the Geneva Communique of 2012, and relevant UN resolutions, especially Security Council resolutions 2118 and 2254, and UN General Assembly Resolution 67/262, significant progress can be made in establishing peace and stability in Syria.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)