Firas Masri, the Coordinator of the Office of Studies and Documents within the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), presented a comprehensive work report summarizing the activities and efforts of the past two months to the General Assembly during its 68th regular session.
Masri highlighted the Office’s substantial output during the preceding two months, which included the preparation of over thirty reports covering various aspects of the Syrian crisis, including politics, economics, food security, health, safety, and cross-border humanitarian aid.
The report’s recommendations underscored the importance of acknowledging the sacrifices made by the Syrian people and emphasized the necessity of proposing well-researched, transparent, and feasible scenarios for implementation in liberated northern Syria.
Furthermore, the report called for engagement with Arab nations without normalizing relations with the Assad regime. It also advocated for collaboration with Western countries that reject normalization with the Assad regime and emphasized the international condemnation of the Assad regime’s human rights violations.
The report underscored the crucial need for establishing an impartial mechanism to ensure the ongoing provision of cross-border humanitarian aid to liberated areas. It also stressed the significance of reevaluating the United Nations’ neutral role and urged a departure from the Assad regime’s approach while exposing the actions of Iranian militias in Syria.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)