President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition, Nasr Al-Hariri, on Thursday visited the office of the Syrian Interim Government in Gaziantep and met with SIG’s Head Abdurrahman Mustafa, SIG’s ministers and President of the Free Aleppo University.
Al-Hariri was accompanied by Vice-president Ruba Habboush, Secretary General Abdelbaset Abdullatif, Secretary of the political committee Riyad Al-Hassan, members of the political committee Bahjat Atassi and Yasser Al-Farhan, members of the General Assembly Adnan Rahmoun, Basma Muhammad, Najeeb Al-Rahmoun and Ahmed Al-Shihadi, and SOC’s representative in Gaziantep Muhammad al-Shamali.
Al-Hariri talked about SIG’s vital role in managing the liberated areas and providing the best services to citizens, stressing that the SOC is working closely with friendly and sisterly states in order to secure the necessary resources for SIG’s work.
Moreover, al-Hariri stressed the importance of solidarity and coordination between the political work executive work so as to overcome the upcoming challenges and improve the conditions in the liberated areas.
He also touched on the latest developments in the political process and the latest preparations for the upcoming round of talks by the Constitutional Committee due to be held on January 25.
He stressed that SOC’s success in managing the liberated areas will be greatly reflected in the course of the political process and serve the aspirations of the Syrian people for freedom, dignity and democracy.
Al-Hariri also emphasized that the institutions in the regime-held areas have become a hotbed of corruption and cronyism, and are controlled by thuggish gangs.
For his part, Mustafa gave a detailed overview on the major projects that have been recently developed across the liberated areas. He also talked about the major challenges and opportunities in northwestern Syria, stressing the need for combining all efforts to meet basic needs of our people in the IDP camps, especially in these severe weather and living conditions. SIG’s ministers submitted detailed reports on services and activities in the liberated areas. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)