The political parties and forces that comprise the Syrian Democratic Council met in the city of Al-Qamishli in northeastern Syria, to discuss methods to develop and update the council’s work and activate the role of SDC components for facing the upcoming challenges and rights.
The meeting was held in the presence of the co-chair of the Syrian Democratic Council, Amina Omar, and the co-chair of the Public Relations Office, Hassan Muhammad Ali, in which the meeting dealt with the role of the political and societal components of SDC in developing the national project led by the Council to achieve the aspirations of the Syrian people.
The attendees indicated that the parties are the main active and organized forces within the council, and they work alongside the societal and civil activities affiliated with SDC to build a comprehensive national consensus that ends the era of tyranny and terrorism and works to establish a pluralistic, democratic, decentralized Syria.
SDC parties put forward political visions and proposals to update the road map adopted by the Council to resolve the Syrian crisis and the need to understand the content of the national project and build relationships with the various national Syrian forces throughout the country.
The meeting touched on the nature of the council’s relationship with neighboring countries and regional countries to serve the Syrian issue and its solution in accordance with International Resolution 2254, in addition to stabilizing the security and economic stability, also seeking to achieve a sustainable development in the country.
During the meeting, the parties members discussed organizational challenges and they presented proposals to modernize the council’s structure, activate the role of parties, and give an importance for the national issues and projects that these parties seek to achieve in the future Syria.