The 67th session of the General Assembly of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC) was held on Friday, focusing on crucial political developments, as well as the military and field situation on the ground. Discussions also revolved around the conditions in the liberated areas of northwestern Syria.
One significant topic of discussion was the plight of cancer patients in northwestern Syria. The Assembly put forth recommendations to engage with the Turkish government, seeking permission for these patients to cross into Turkish territory and receive treatment at Turkish hospitals. This action is necessitated by the limited capacity and resources in the liberated areas to adequately treat these patients.
Addressing the reality of Syrian refugees in host countries, the General Assembly delved into the challenges they encounter, including forced deportations. Such deportations contradict international laws that advocate for voluntary return to safe areas, ensuring the dignity and well-being of the Syrian people.
Additionally, the Assembly reviewed reports presented by the SOC’s presidential bodies, departments, offices, and committees, alongside executive institutions’ updates. The focus was on the latest efforts aimed at enhancing living conditions and providing essential services in the liberated areas. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)