The Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) political committee held a regular meeting on Wednesday and Thursday to review the reports of the SOC’s offices, departments and committees. It also reviewed the results of the diplomatic meetings that the SOC held in New York on the sidelines of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
SOC’s President Salem Al-Meslet gave an online briefing on the meetings held in New York, including with the Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister, the Qatari Foreign Minister, the missions of the European Union, Malta, Sweden, France and the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
Al-Meslet stressed that the SOC is seeking to advance the political process to reach a political transition in accordance with UN resolutions, especially UN resolutions 2118 and 2254.
SOC’s Secretary-General Haytham Rahmeh gave an overview on the work of the General Secretariat and the reports prepared by the Secretariat’s departments, in addition to completing the SOC’s action plan, and the ongoing preparations for the upcoming general assembly’s meeting.
For his part, Coordinator of the SOC’s Office of Strategic Consultations, Ahmed Tomeh, presented an analytical political paper on US President Joe Biden’s recent speech before the United Nations General Assembly, and the impact of this speech on international and regional issues as well as Syria.
The SOC’s Military Liaison Committee presented a report on the field situation in the liberated areas, while the Al-Jazira and Euphrates Committee presented a report on the spread of Iranian militias.
The committee also reviewed reports on the work of the Committee of Parties and Political Movements, the Office of Unions and Sports Federations, the Office of Refugee Affairs, and the National Dialogue Committee.
(Source: SOC’s media department)