The Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC) held a virtual meeting with representatives of the Keilaback and Citizens for a Secure and Safe America, two US-based organizations established by Syrian-Americans among the most active in the United States in supporting the Syrian revolution.
The meeting brought together Co-chair of the Constitutional Committee Hadi al-Bahra, member of the political committee Badr Jamous, Coordinator of the Caesar Act Follow-up Team Abdul Majeed Barakat, and coordinator of the Office of Communities Yahya Maktabi.
It also brought together head of Citizens for a Secure and Safe America, Reem Al-Bazm, member of the Board of Directors, Saud Atassi, Head of Keilaback Hussam Al-Ayoubi, members of the Board of Directors, Ammar Al-Masalkhi, Bakr Ghobeis, and Jawdat Abboud, Abdul Hamid Akil, Wael Al-Nass, and Khaldoun Al-Aswad.
The two sides discussed the latest developments in the political process. Al-Hariri explained the SOC’s role in the political process and its future vision as well as its work in the liberated areas.
Barakat gave an overview on the work of the Caesar Act Follow-up Team, the goal of forming the team, and the ongoing joint work with the group responsible for implementing the Caesar Act in the US administration.
For his part, Maktabi, stressed the importance of the role of the Syrian communities abroad and Syrian civil society organizations in the various issues, especially the Syrian community in the United States.
For their part, the two organizations presented an explanation of their work as they contributed to the adoption of the Caesar Act, and urging US President Donald Trump to support Idlib and stopping the onslaught launched on it by the regime with the support of Russia and Iran.
The two sides agreed to hold further discussions as they stressed the need for continued communication and coordination on all issues and to discuss them with the US administration. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)