MSD holds a meeting with elders, dignitaries of the villages of Deir ez-Zor

The Syrian Democratic Council (MSD) held a meeting with the elders and dignitaries of the newly-liberated rural villages of Deir ez-Zor in the People's Assembly Square in Hajin to explain the latest political developments in the region and listen to their demands aimed at improving the service reality.

In order to explain the latest political developments in Syria in general and rural Deir ez-Zor in particular and to improve the service reality in the newly liberated areas of Deir ez-Zor, the Syrian Democratic Council held a meeting of many of the region's elders and tribes in Hajin town.

The meeting began with a minute of silence followed by a speech on behalf of the Syrian Democratic Council in Deir ez-Zor, delivered by member of the council Hassan Koçer explaining the political reality in Syria in general and the Syrian north in particular.

Hassan Kouger stressed the need for unity of Syrian territory and said, "We are against any scheme aimed at dividing the Syrian territory," and added that we seek to be a unified Syria with its land and people.

As for the role of elders and dignitaries in maintaining the unity of the Syrian territories, Koçer stressed that the biggest role in building the region lies with the elders and dignitaries of the tribes to promote the region in terms of service and security.

Discussions were also held on the requirements of tribal sheikhs and the shortcomings of newly liberated areas.

In conclusion, the members of MSD stressed that the council will contribute to the reorganization of the region service and security.

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