The Syrian Coalition on Monday sent a letter to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressing hope the trilateral summit which Turkey is hosting on Wednesday will achieve its goals to find a political solution meeting the aspirations of the Syrian people.
The letter, which was signed by President Abdulrahman Mustafa, stressed the need to consolidate the ceasefire, ensure urgent delivery humanitarian aid to those in need, revitalize the political process in accordance with international resolutions, most importantly the Geneva Communiqué of 2012 and UN Security Council resolution 2254 to fulfill the aspirations of the Syrian people for freedom and dignity.
“Since Ankara will host the tripartite summit on Syria on 4 April 2018 in order to save efforts to end the Syrian conflict, we hope the summit will be a real success, and we are confident that it will achieve its objectives given the fact that the Republic of Turkey is And that they are known for their generous positions in supporting the Syrian people in confronting the crimes of the Assad regime,” the letter said.
The letter also emphasized the importance of the implementation and consolidation of the memorandum on the creation of the de-escalation areas in Syria, as stated on May 4th and December 22nd in 2017. Furthermore, it stressed the importance of paying special care on the implementation of stabilization in Idlib governorate given that it is home to more than two million civilians.
The Coalition also stressed the need for progress in the working group on the release of detainees / abductees, and handover of the bodies, as well as the identification of missing persons, as mentioned in the joint statement on the international meeting on Syria in Astana on December 22nd, 2017.
The Coalition also stressed the need for the avoidance of the repetition of the enforced mass displacement operations taking place in eastern Ghouta in other towns and villages in Syria. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)