The Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) political committee held its periodic meeting to discuss the latest on the ground and political developments in Syria. In attendance were also SOC’s President, Salem Al-Meslet, and many members of the General Assembly.
Al-Meslet gave an overview on the results of his visit to the Turkish capital, Ankara and his meeting with ministers and representatives of Turkish parties to discuss the conditions of Syrian refugees and find solutions to the difficulties they are facing in Turkey.
Participants discussed the conditions of Syrians who have residence permits in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and those who are stranded in Idlib after their visit to their hometowns in the liberated areas.
The political committee also discussed the conditions of universities and the educational process in the liberated areas. It also touched on the issue of obtaining recognition for the certificates issued by the Ministry of Education in the Syrian Interim Government, as well as the difficulties facing students there and ways to overcome them.
Tabled for discussion was also the reality on the ground in the liberated areas and the explosions taking place in the region at the hands of the PKK terrorist organization, as well as the Russian bombing targeting some civilian areas.
The political committee also discussed the latest developments in the political process in Syria, as well as the political developments at the regional and international levels and their impact on the Syrian conflict. It also discussed preparations for participating in the upcoming session of the Constitutional Committee.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)