President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition, Nasr Al-Hariri, met with the General Supervisor of the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria, Muhammad Walid, his deputy Amer Abu Salama, and the group’s representative in the SOC Farouk Tayfour. Both sides discussed the importance of the Syrian opposition’s unity, the role of the SOC’s components in enhancing the opposition’s work and communication with the Syrian people, and developing its relations with the regional and international actors.
The meeting came as part of the SOC’s efforts to strengthen communication, cooperation and coordination with all components, bodies and figures comprising the SOC’s General Assembly.
Participants in the meeting discussed the latest on the ground and political developments and the SOC’s Coalition plan of action for the months to come. Hariri talked about the issues the SOC departments, offices, and committees are working on as well as plans to develop their work and the results of their work.
The two sides stressed the need to strengthen cooperation and coordination as they emphasized the need for unity among the SOC components to face the upcoming challenges. They also stressed the need to work on implementing the presidential plan in order to improve the situation of Syrians at home and abroad.
They also stressed the importance of reaching a political solution in accordance with UN resolution 2254, bring about a democratic transition by forming a transitional governing body, creating a safe and neutral environment for the safe and voluntary return of refugees, and paving the way for free, fair elections under the UN supervision.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)