The Foreign Relations Department of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC) held a meeting with a delegation from the German Embassy in Beirut, responsible for the Syrian file. The discussions centered on the latest developments in the political process, emphasizing strategies to bolster sustainable projects in liberated areas for their growth and enhancement of living and service conditions.
In attendance were SOC’s Vice President, Dima Moussa, the Coordinator of the Foreign Relations Department, Abdulahad Astepho, and First Secretary of the Syria Team at the German Embassy in Beirut, David Budde.
Vice President Dima Moussa provided insights into the current political landscape, highlighting the impact of international events on the Syrian issue. She emphasized the revolutionary and opposition forces’ efforts to advance provisions outlined in UN Security Council Resolution 2254, stressing the UN envoy’s crucial role in carrying out duties independently from the Assad regime’s influence on the political process.
Astepho outlined the SOC’s activities, particularly its extensive meetings in liberated areas of northern Syria with various segments of society. These initiatives aim to support the Syrian Interim Government’s work in the region and strengthen ties with the Syrian people. Astepho underscored the importance of backing small enterprises and sustainable projects to boost the local economy, create employment opportunities, and elevate living standards in the region.
Mr. Budde affirmed Germany’s unwavering support for a political solution in Syria in accordance with UN Resolution 2254. He commended the SOC for its effective actions in northern Syria, acknowledging the positive impact of their recent initiatives.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)