Co-chair of SDC: Syrian regime’s stubbornness persists, dialogue is only solution

The co-chair of the Syrian Democratic Council explained that what Syria is witnessing and what it has reached, as a land and a people, is the result of the Damascus government’s mentality of continued intransigence and failure to respond to the hopes and aspirations of the Syrian people for change and democratic transformation, and she stressed that the dialogue sought by the Council is the only solution to the Syrian crisis.

Co-chair of SDC: Syrian regime’s stubbornness persists, dialogue is only solution
27 March 2024   14:22
RAQQA

The fourth general conference of the Future Syria Party continues, in which a thousand delegates from the party and 200 guests participate. Under the slogan “Our party, our future, our administration, our guarantee, our forces, our victory, Syria unites us,” in the Taj Hall in Raqqa city.

During the conference, the co-chair of the Syrian Democratic Council, Laila Qaraman, spoke in which she congratulated the holding of the fourth conference of the Future Syria Party, and confirmed that the Future Syria Party had achieved many achievements in all fields.

Laila Qaraman said: “The Future Syria Party conference is being held under extremely complex circumstances, laden with the ugliest forms of killing, destruction, displacement, and forced displacement that our country, Syria, is going through.”

She added: "The Syrian people have endured 12 years of devastation and destruction, the absence of a political solution, and the division and fragmentation among Syrians, which have exacerbated the humanitarian, economic and political crisis and the occupation parts of Syria's lands that have turned into an arena of conflict and countless interventions."

Qaraman explained, "All of this is the result of the stubbornness of the authoritarian regime and its failure to respond to the hopes and aspirations of the Syrian people for change and democratic transformation called for by the revolution of freedom, dignity, and democracy."

She noted, "On the sixth anniversary of the founding of the party, which continued its struggle despite all the challenges and the targeting of its leaders who made their bodies bridges of trust among Syrians, and came as an urgent necessity to lead a historic political stage amid the existing chaos."

Laila Qaraman said: “We in the Syrian Democratic Council adopt dialogue as a national approach, and uniting Syrians is one of our national priorities and strategies, and sitting together at one table to reach a comprehensive political solution to achieve a democratic, pluralistic, decentralized Syria.”

The conference continues at the present time with a recorded speech by the Commander-in-Chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces, Mazloum Abdi, after which the political report and the organizational report are scheduled to be discussed.

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ANHA