The Syrian Negotiations Commission has announced its forthcoming regular meeting in Geneva, scheduled for next Friday and Saturday, following an invitation from the Commission’s President, Badr Jamous. During the session, the Commission is set to engage with the special office team of the UN envoy for Syria, Geir Pedersen, focusing on the latest developments in the political process.
Emphasizing the imperative of earnestly implementing UN Resolution 2254, the Commission aims to discuss and actively pursue the full and stringent execution of the resolution’s provisions. The Commission has extended invitations to envoys from the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the European Union, Turkey, Italy, Denmark, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Jordan. The objective is to galvanize international efforts in supporting the political process and achieving freedom and justice for the Syrian people.
As part of its strategy to revitalize the Syrian issue, the Commission plans to hold meetings with civil society organizations, aiming to activate their role in bolstering the political process. The internal meeting on Saturday will convene Commission members to underscore key issues in the political solution. Discussions will also address the United Nations’ essential role in addressing the Syrian crisis, especially in devising a mechanism to implement relevant Security Council resolutions. Internal matters and committee discussions will also be on the agenda.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)