The Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) political committee held a regular meeting to discuss the latest field and political developments in Syria, and review the reports of the SOC’s offices and committees.
The committee reviewed the changes in regional and international alliances and their impact on Syria. They praised the positions of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Egypt rejecting the Assad regime’s attendance of the upcoming Arab summit.
SOC’s President, Salem al-Meslet, spoke about the meeting of the Swedish special envoy to Syria, Per Örnéus, who reaffirmed his country’s support for the cause of the Syrian people, and the importance of developing a joint action plan with the SOC to revitalize the political process.
Al-Meslet also spoke about the meeting with the envoy of the Swiss Foreign Ministry, in which they talked about the importance of strengthening the relationship between the SOC and Switzerland, in addition to the Swiss side’s readiness to open a representation office of the SOC in Switzerland.
The committee reviewed the report of the Studies and Documentation Office on the issue of extending UN Resolution 2585 on the entry of cross-border humanitarian aid to those in need in Syria.
The SOC’s Military Liaison Office reviewed a report on the latest field developments in Syria, and the Assad regime and Russia’s continued violations of the de-escalation agreement, in addition to the crimes of the terrorist PYD militia and its shelling of civilian areas.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)