The Syrian team in the Syrian-Turkish joint Committee on Monday convened to discuss the issues that the Committee has worked on in recent months. They also discussed the issues that the Committee managed to resolve with the Turkish authorities.
The team stressed that the Committee helped resolve many legal affairs of Syrian refugees in Turkey, stressing the importance of intensifying efforts in the coming period to create legal conditions at all levels throughout the Turkish territory.
They also stressed the importance of increasing coordination with the Turkish authorities and seeking to expand the Committee’s role so as to cover all Turkish provinces hosting large numbers of Syrian refugees.
Furthermore, the team discussed the organizational structure and tasks assigned to the team members in order to better achieve the goals of the Committee.
The Syrian-Turkish Joint Committee was set up through a proposal by SOC and the Turkish Ministry of Interior with the aim of settling the affairs of Syrian refugees in Turkey and addressing their conditions following a meeting between former SOC President, Anas Abdah, and the Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu on July 24, 2019. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)