The Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) political committee held a regular meeting on Wednesday and Thursday, in the presence of President Salem al-Meslet, President of the Syrian Negotiations Commission Badr Jamous, and Co-chair of the Constitutional Committee Hadi al-Bahra.
The committee reviewed the work reports of the SOC’s offices, departments and committees, the action plans of the Secretariat, the Office of Syndicates and Unions, Al-Jazira and Euphrates Committee, the Refugee Affairs Office, the Communities Office, the Studies and Documentation Office, the National Commission for the Affairs of Missing and Detainees, the Department of Media and Communications, and the Syrian-Turkish Joint Committee.
A-Meslet gave an overview on his tour in the liberated in northern Syria and the border Turkish cities. He spoke about his meeting with directors of services institutions, commanders of the Syrian National Army, and heads of local councils and civil bodies. He stressed the importance of continuing to improve the living conditions in the liberated areas.
SOC’s Vice President Abdulahad Astepho gave an overview on the work of the Department of Foreign Relations as he talked about the ongoing preparations to visit the United States on the sidelines of the upcoming United Nations General Assembly meeting.
Soc’s Vice President Ruba Habboush talked about the workshop held by the Syrian Women’s Authority for Syrian women in cooperation with the Strategic Consulting Office in the Turkish city of Şanlıurfa.
SOC’s Vice President Abdul Hakim Bashar spoke about the meeting held by the Kurdish National Council with the new US envoy as he stressed that there is no dialogue between the Kurdish National Council and the PYD militia.
Coordinator of the Office of Strategic Consultations, Ahmed Tomeh, presented a political paper that included an assessment of the latest briefing of the UN envoy, Geir Pedersen, to the UN Security Council.
(Source: SOC’s media department)