A delegation from the Syrian Negotiations Commission, led by President Badr Jamous, engaged in a dialogue session with Syrian research centers, independent researchers, and media professionals in Istanbul on Monday. The session was coordinated by the Stabilization Support Unit.
Jamous initiated the session by discussing the latest political developments in Syria’s political process. He shared insights into the outcomes of Commission meetings with envoys from major countries in Geneva and the session with United Nations envoy Geir Pedersen. Additionally, Jamous highlighted discussions held in Brussels with the Political and Security Committee of the European Union, involving all European Union ambassadors.
Addressing obstacles to the negotiating process, Jamous expressed concern about the international community’s inadequate response to the regime’s exploitation of the political process, utilizing the Syrian people and their suffering as bargaining tools. He emphasized that the Commission had presented a comprehensive plan to international envoys and allied countries to break the cycle of time wastage and move towards a solution in alignment with UN Resolution 2254 and other relevant UN resolutions on the political process.
Jamous underscored the Commission’s commitment to consulting with Syrian organizations, partners, and diverse components to alleviate the Syrian people’s suffering and achieve a political solution that aligns with their aspirations and acknowledges their significant sacrifices.
Concluding the session, Jamous emphasized the paramount importance of coordination and cooperation to advance the Syrian cause and bolster its local and international presence. He outlined the Commission’s plan to devise new mechanisms aimed at revitalizing the political process in adherence to international resolutions, with the ultimate goal of making progress toward a comprehensive political solution.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)