President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Salem al-Meslet, received Head of the National Action Movement for Syria and SOC’s member Ahmad Ramadan, and head of the Syrian Council for Change Counselor Hassan al-Hariri. They discussed the latest field and political developments in Syria.
Al-Meslet stressed the need to strengthen relations among the political and revolutionary forces and components of the Syrian opposition. They also underscored the importance of communication and coordination in order to unify visions and efforts so as to serve the interests of the Syrian people and achieve the noble goals of their revolution.
Al-Meslet also highlighted the importance of each component to reach out to the various segments of Syrian society and clarify the field and political developments, especially the circumstances surrounding the political process and the implementation of UN resolutions on Syria.
For his part, Ramadan stressed that the biggest challenge facing the forces of the revolution and Syrian opposition is continuity and establishing long-term partnerships, expressing his hope for making new initiatives to enhance the culture of organization and joint action.
Ramadan pointed to the importance of reassessing the overall performance of the Constitutional Committee’s path, reassessing the work strategy, and developing a plan to overcome the Assad regime’s obstructionism in each round.
Al-Hariri talked about the work of the Syrian Council for Change in the southern region, the election of a General Assembly, and the definition of the strategy and quality of the partnerships that the Council is seeking to establish.
Al-Hariri stressed the Council’s keenness on partnerships and cooperation with the SOC in supporting the political process in accordance with UN resolutions, most notably the Geneva Communique of 2012 and UN Resolutions 2118 and 2254.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)