President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Nasr Al-Hariri, met a delegation from the Future Syria Conglomerate at an office of the National Liberation Front (NLF) in northern rural Aleppo.
Al-Hariri was accompanied by SOC’s Secretary-General Abdelbaset Abdullatif, member of the political committee, Bahjat Atassi, members of the General Assembly, Abd al-Ilah Fahd, Zakariya Malahifji, and Adnan Rahmoun.
It also brought together the Conglomerate’s Secretary-General, Amer Muna, and members of the political, legal, organizational, media, youth, cultural and women offices.
The two sides discussed ways of cooperation in the efforts to achieve the goals of the Syrian revolution and get rid of the murderous Assad regime.
They agreed that political parties being formed in the liberated areas should be supported by all means, along with supporting political empowerment of women and the youth.
Al-Hariri talked about the importance of strengthening the relationship with political parties and groupings operating in the liberated areas, especially in light of these critical circumstances.
For his part, Muna talked about the general principles of the Conglomerate, its objectives, its means of work, and its establishment. The establishment was announced in Afrin, northern rural Aleppo, last April, in the presence of 240 members, 15 of whom were elected to the membership of its General Secretariat.
The Conglomerate aims to build a free, civil state without discrimination among its people; build a national army that brings together all revolutionary forces and groups; achieve political freedom and the peaceful transfer of power; achieve transitional justice; and cooperate with all societal forces. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)