The Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) political committee on Wednesday and Thursday held a regular meeting to review the reports of committees, offices and departments as well as discuss the latest field and political developments. In attendance was SOC’s President Salem Al-Meslet.
The Syrian Embassy in Qatar and the SOC’s foreign missions in Jordan and Egypt presented reports on the results of the Jeddah Summit for Security and Development, which was held in mid-July and attended by US President Joe Biden, leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, Egypt, Iraq and Jordan.
The SOC’s Political Parties Committee presented its work report on the results of its meetings and communications it held with the Syrian political parties and movements, and the coordination on the latest political developments in Syria.
The committee discussed the water crisis in the town of al-Bab in rural Aleppo. Member of the SOC’s General Assembly representing the local council in al-Bab, Haitham al-Shihabi, presented a comprehensive report on the cause of the crisis, namely the siege imposed by the Assad regime forces on the water resources that supply the town.
SOC’s Secretary-General, Haytham Rahmeh, spoke about the preparations for the General Assembly’s upcoming session due to be held on August 4th and 5th. He also spoke about the General Secretariat’s efforts to solve the problems facing Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
Member of the political committee, Ahmed Tomeh, gave a briefing that included an assessment of the Syrian situation and its consequences following the recent regional meetings, especially the Jeddah Summit and the Tehran Summit.
The political committee discussed the terrorist operations being carried out by the PYD terrorist militia, stressing that the Assad regime and the PYD militia are two sides of the same terrorism.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)