The Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) political committee on Friday held its periodic meeting to discuss the latest on the ground and political developments in Syria. In attendance were SOC’s President Salem Al-Meslet, vice-presidents and secretary-general.
Participants discussed the weekly regional and international political events and their impact on the situation in Syria.
Al-Meslet gave an overview on the meetings he held with European delegations, stressing the importance of continuing to strengthen relations with friendly states and opening new channels to support the Syrian Revolution.
Participants listened to an assessment of the field and political situations, as well as to an overview on the progress of the work of the committee to amend the SOC’s bylaws. They also discussed the work of the committee to follow up on the Interpol’s decision to re-engage with the Assad regime.
Moreover, the political committee discussed the reshuffling of the representatives of the SOC’s components and the SOC’s representatives in the Syrian Negotiations Commission.
The political committee also discussed the results of the session held by the Stabilization Support Unit in the town of Azaz in rural Aleppo on the political track and UN resolutions. Participants included Co-chair of the Constitutional Committee Hadi al-Bahra.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)