President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Nasr Al-Hariri, met with tribal leaders, notables, heads of local councils and unions and representatives of the Syrian National Army in rural Aleppo.
The meeting came as part of intensive meetings the SOC held in the liberated areas earlier this week.
Participants in the meeting discussed the major obstacles facing them and ways to overcome them. They also discussed ways to improve stability and security as well as boosting confidence and cooperation between civil and political actors and the SOC as a political umbrella.
Al-Hariri pointed out that the SOC is focusing at this stage on transferring its activities to the liberated areas as well as on intensifying its communication with all spectra of the Syrian society in the liberated areas, civil society organizations, local councils, tribal leaders and notables in order to unify efforts to reach comprehensive solutions and a unified vision.
The SOC had met commanders of the Syrian National Army (SNA) and the National Liberation Front in the liberated areas earlier this week. They discussed the military situation in the liberated areas and issues relating to the affairs of SNA officers and fighters who are deployed across northwestern Syria.
Al-Hariri stressed the SOC’s interest in the military issues relating to the Ministry of Defense in the Syrian Interim Government and on working to meet the needs that would contribute to developing them. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)