Annual meeting of AA puts new strategy for new year

The Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria has resumed its first annual meeting, to assessing the work of its seven departments and its executive board, which is scheduled to end today, with a comprehensive report and the disclosure of the budget of the most important strategic projects during the new year.

The annual meeting of the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria, which started yesterday, in the hall of the Cultural Center in the city of al-Raqqa on its second day, continues to discuss and evaluate the work of the past year for Autonomous Administrations, the seven civil and the Executive Council of AA in NE, Syria.

 The meeting had attended by the co-chair of the Syrian Democratic Council, Riyad Darar, the head of the Executive Board of the Democratic Syria Council, Ilham Ahmed, a member of the presidential body Hassan Mohamed Ali, the presidential body in the Executive Council for Autonomous Administration and the joint presidencies of the seven councils, in addition to all the bodies and offices of AA.

It is scheduled that the meeting, which continues today, will be closed to the media, assessing the business, and ending with a general report that includes the strategic plans and projects that will be worked on by Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria during the new year, and the allocation of a budget for these projects.

The first day of the annual meeting of the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria had touched on the developments that the region witnessed during the past year, in addition to evaluating and discussing the work and achievements of the seven AA and civil departments, and the political approach to be followed during the new year, which includes continuing dialogue with all parties Syria, as a single solution to get out of the crisis, to continue to work and provide services to the people of northern and eastern Syria, and to continue to resist against any aggression affecting the Syrians.

In addition, the meeting focused on the need to intensify support for strategic sectors such as health, agriculture, education, and services, which have positive repercussions for the people of the region.



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