The conference is held at Taj Hall in the center of the city of al-Raqqa, dozens of women from the city of al-Raqqa and its villages dressed in folkloric outfits, members of al-Raqqa Civil Council, representatives of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, the head of the Women's Council of North and East Syria, Jihan Khadro, Secretary General of the Future Syria Party, Havrin Khalaf, fighters from the Women's Protection Units, as well as delegations from Manbij, Deir ez-Zor, al-Tabqa, al-Jazeera and Kobani regions are attending the conference.
Within the conference hall banners with: "The young woman is the vanguard of society, with vanguard women, society progresses, women are the guarantee of freedom of society, fighter woman is guarantee to freedom of society, the heart of Afrin's women lies at the roots of olive trees." Were hung.
The conference has begun with a minute of silence followed by the opening speech by the administration of the Women's administration in al-Raqqa, Maryam Al-Abbo, who blessed the conference. She stated, "We stand before the martyrs, those who sacrificed their lives for our freedom, we congratulate all women in al-Raqqa on the first conference, as this important historic event will advance women towards the freedom and equality that women have long dreamed of, where they have been marginalized to the maximum. "
"Women in our regions have been able to show the world their strength," she said. "The Arab women in al-Raqqa are succeeding and winning."
This was followed by the words of the Martyrs' Families Foundation, which was delivered by Shamsa Al-Saleh, who said: "Today we stand proud of the greatness and achievements of women who have become an icon of victory against all who stand before her. When women were liberated, all the society has been liberated by woman martyrs who sought freedom".
The conference will continue with speeches delivered by participants.
The annual report of the Women's Administration in al-Raqqa and its villages will be read and the draft rules of procedure will be read and discussed. Seven administrators will be elected for Women's Administration in al-Raqqa.