A delegation from the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC) headed by President Salem Al-Meslet toured the town of Ras Al-Ayn in rural al-Hasaka east of the Euphrates, where they visited to the border crossing, the Military Police Command, the local council, and military institutions.
The delegation comprised Secretary of the SOC’s political committee Abdul Majeed Barakat, SOC’s members Abdul Basit Abdul Latif, Muhammad Wali, Muhammad Ali Issa, Yasser Al-Farhan, Hussein Al-Abdullah, Abdullah Muhammad Al-Faraj, Ibrahim Sardar Al-Malli, Hamida Al-Tahri, Vice President The Association of Independent Syrian Kurds Radif Mustafa, and Head of the local council in Raqqa province Saad Shweish.
The visit came as part of the periodic visits to the region east of the Euphrates and aimed to ascertain the reality of the region and improve services in rural al-Hasaka and al-Raqqa.
Al-Meslet praised the efforts that the Syrian National Army, the police crops, the local council and civil associations are making, stressing that there is a remarkable improvement in security and services in Ras al-Ayn.
Al-Meslet pointed out that the international reluctance prevents the restoration of security and stability as well as the revitalizing the economic situation in the region.
Meanwhile, military commander Saif Abu Bakr spoke about the SNA’s activities in the region, stressing that the SNA is making tremendous efforts to prevent the terrorist PYD militia and other terrorist organizations from carrying out terrorist operations in the region. He also said that the SNA is seeking to create the appropriate conditions for the return of the displaced to their homes.
Head of the local council in Ras al-Ayn, Muhammad Ali Hamza, stressed the importance of providing basic materials for agriculture and livestock and meeting the needs of the local population.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)