The Syrian Negotiations Commission held a political symposium at the cultural center in the town of Azaz in the Aleppo countryside, in collaboration with the local councils unit. The event was attended by the President of the commission, Badr Jamous, the Coordinator of the Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) office in the liberated areas, Najeeb Rahmoun, and SOC members Asaad Alito, Atef Zureiq, and Abdul Malik Abboud, along with media activists, rights activists, and university students.
Discussions revolved around the latest political developments in Syria, addressing the challenges confronting the Syrian Negotiations Commission in advancing the political process and exploring available opportunities. During the meeting, Jamous provided an overview of the recent political developments, highlighting the Assad regime’s persistent obstructionism and rejection of any political solution that could alleviate the suffering of the Syrian people.
Jamous specifically delved into the topic of youth participation in the political process, shedding light on the needs and priorities of the youth in shaping the future of Syria and their perspective on a political solution. Emphasizing the importance of maintaining the Syrian issue within the focus of international institutions, he underscored the crucial and impactful role that youth play in this context.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)