Badr Jamous, President of the Syrian Negotiations Commission, conducted a series of meetings with Syrians actively engaged at the social and economic levels in the city of Mersin. These interactions form part of the Commission’s ongoing efforts to apprise Syrians of the latest developments in the political process and international updates related to the Syrian crisis.
Facilitated by the Stabilization Support Unit, the meeting saw the participation of Tariq Al-Kurdi, a Commission member, Jihad Marai, a member of the Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) political committee, and SOC member Fadi Ibrahim.
Jamous provided a comprehensive overview of ongoing political developments, including insights from recent international meetings with foreign envoys. He delved into the challenges and obstacles faced by the Commission in advancing the political process and overcoming the repercussions of the Assad regime’s actions.
Emphasizing the imperative to broaden the participation of all Syrians in bringing the Syrian issue back to the political forefront, Jamous urged Syrians worldwide to unite for their cause. He underscored the significance of maintaining the attention of the international and regional community on UN Resolution 2254, acknowledging the challenge amid waning interest from Western countries.
Jamous highlighted the critical need for Syrians to consolidate their efforts and enhance their role in seeking a political solution aligned with the aspirations of the Syrian people, both within Syria and in the diaspora. He emphasized the preservation of the significant sacrifices made by Syrians in their pursuit of freedom and justice.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)