At the invitation of the Syrian Tribal Council, Hadi Al-Bahra, the President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), along with a delegation, participated in the Council’s annual general conference held on Tuesday. The event took place in the town of Sajo, near Azaz in the Aleppo countryside.
The SOC’s delegation included SOC’s Vice President Abdel Majeed Barakat, several members of the political committee, and General Assembly. Distinguished guests included President of the Syrian Negotiations Commission, Badr Jamous, Head of the Syrian Interim Government, Abdulrahman Mustafa, and several ministers. The event also witnessed broad participation from various tribes and clans, the Syrian Turkoman Council, the Association of Independent Syrian Kurds, as well as political and military figures, and representatives from syndicates, unions, and civil society organizations.
This year’s annual conference carried the theme “Our revolution will continue until the implementation of UN Resolution 2254 and the establishment of a free Syria free of tyranny and terrorism.”
Al-Bahra emphasized the significance of such gatherings in enhancing coordination and unity among Syrian institutions, organizations, and individuals. This collaboration aims to benefit citizens and preserve Syria’s unique social fabric, which sets it apart from other nations – a fabric that the Assad regime has attempted to dismantle and weaken.
Al-Bahra provided an overview of the SOC’s action plan for the upcoming phase, with a primary focus on advancing the political process to achieve the full implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 2254 (2015). He called on the Syrian people to unite and cooperate in achieving self-sufficiency, reshaping the Syrian reality, and promoting economic, educational, and cultural progress in northern Syria.
Al-Bahra stressed the importance of restoring hope among Syrians and setting an example for the Syria of the future. He reaffirmed the SOC’s commitment to the aspiration of a unified, independent state with full sovereignty across its entire territory, characterized by justice, freedom, and democracy.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)