The delegation of the Syrian Negotiations Commission, led by President Badr Jamous, is currently visiting New York. This visit coincides with the 78th session of the General Assembly in New York and is part of the Commission’s efforts to garner international support for the Syrian cause.
President Jamous’s agenda includes meetings with the United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres, and the United Nations Special Envoy for Syria, Geir Pedersen. These discussions aim to advance the political process significantly and request the Security Council to engage in serious deliberations regarding Resolution 2254, including identifying the party responsible for obstructing its implementation.
During his stay in New York, President Jamous will engage in discussions with prominent officials from various countries, including the United States, the European Union, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Germany, France, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the Netherlands, Slovenia, and others.
The Commission’s delegation will primarily focus on UN Resolution 2254 and the political solution for Syria. Additionally, they will convey the Syrian people’s aspirations for democratic change and the implementation of political solutions in alignment with UN resolutions concerning Syria.
Throughout the visit, the Commission will also hold meetings with United Nations humanitarian and legal organizations to shed light on the suffering of Syrians, their humanitarian requirements, and address the issue of detainees and missing individuals, a matter of significant concern for the Commission.
Furthermore, the Commission’s program during the General Assembly in New York includes meetings with Syrian civil society organizations. These discussions emphasize the importance of ongoing collaboration among these organizations to collectively serve the Syrian cause on international platforms.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)