With an expanded work plan, Executive Council ends its annual meeting

The annual meeting of the Executive Council of the Democratic Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria came out with an expanded action plan in the political, social, service, diplomatic and security fields.

With an expanded work plan, Executive Council ends its annual meeting
With an expanded work plan, Executive Council ends its annual meeting
With an expanded work plan, Executive Council ends its annual meeting
With an expanded work plan, Executive Council ends its annual meeting
With an expanded work plan, Executive Council ends its annual meeting
With an expanded work plan, Executive Council ends its annual meeting
With an expanded work plan, Executive Council ends its annual meeting
With an expanded work plan, Executive Council ends its annual meeting
26 February 2024   18:10
NEWS DESK

On Monday, the Executive Council of the Democratic Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria held its annual meeting, in the presence of the joint presidency of the Executive Council of the Democratic Autonomous Administration, the deputies of the joint presidency, and the joint presidency of the autonomous administration bodies and the executive councils in the cantons, in the meeting room in the Autonomous Administration building in Raqqa.

The meeting began with a minute of silence for the souls of the martyrs, followed by the reading of the annual political report by the co-chair of the Executive Council of the Democratic Autonomous Administration, Hussein Al-Othman, which focused on the situation in the Middle East and the repercussions of the so-called Arab Spring, which began in 2010 and is present to this day and the instability it produced. In some countries, such as Libya, Yemen, Syria, and Lebanon, and their connection to each other and their impact on the future of the region.

The political report referred to the Syrian situation in particular, the political events, and the initiatives of some countries to resolve the Syrian crisis in coordination with the United Nations to lay the foundations for a political solution in Syria.

After reading the political report, the annual reports of the Executive Council bodies and offices were read, and their annual work that was carried out during the past year and the plans of each body were presented, in addition to the organizational status and work plans.

After completing reading the annual report of the bodies, offices, committees and executive councils in the cantons, the floor was opened for discussion on the annual work and setting plans, actions and goals to develop work within the Autonomous Administration at all levels.

Then, the co-chair of the Executive Council of North and East Syria, Berivan Khaled, read the outcomes, actions and goals of the new year, which included several areas:

In the political field:

Working within international standards to document the violations suffered by the Autonomous Administration areas and transfer them to international courts.

Continuing political work to resolve the Syrian crisis based on the Geneva Statement and UN Resolution No. 2,254, and working within the project to resolve the Syrian crisis proposed by the Democratic Autonomous Administration of the North and East Syria.

Serious and persistent efforts to gain political recognition for the Autonomous Administration and other Syrian components, within the political solution to the Syrian crisis.

Supporting the continuation of the dialogue between the Kurdish and Kurdish-Arab parties within the (Syrian-Syrian) dialogue system, with the aim of reaching a national opposition far removed from external agendas.

Developing the work of the Department of Foreign Relations and opening relations with the regional and international environment, especially the Arab countries, by opening new representations for the Autonomous Administration.

Working diplomatically within the framework of implementing the early recovery plan for the Syrian crisis; Starting from North and East Syria, according to the political initiative.

Working to liberate the Syrian territories occupied by the Turkish state by all legally legitimate means.

Working to reopen the Tal Kochar (Al-Yarubiyah) crossing to deliver aid to North and East Syria.

Developing education, health and municipal diplomacy.

In the security and military field:

Maintaining security and stability in the northern and eastern region of Syria.

Defending the North and East Syria against any aggression, out of our belief in the unity of Syrian territory.

Developing the principle of protection, defense and resistance against external attacks and urging the people to do so in defense and preserve the gains of autonomous administration.

Continuing to support the security services to eliminate ISIS/ Daseh cells and cells affiliated with other agendas, achieve civil peace, and limit the spread of phenomena that violate the culture and traditions of our society.

Encouraging joining the self-defense duty.

In the field of organization and administrative work:

· Work to develop administrative work and restructure self-administration in accordance with the new social contract, and follow up on the completion of the organizational structures of all bodies, offices and departments in accordance with internal regulations and laws in accordance with the social contract, and issue the necessary circulars and decisions in this context.

·Holding elections during the year 2024.

·Implementing all service projects for the year 2024 according to the approved plan.

·Developing the oversight body to combat corruption cases.

·Continuing to open specialized courses to pursue qualification and training of workers within the academies.

· Work to reduce the bureaucracy used in transactions to reduce the burden on citizens, speed up the work mechanism within cantons, agencies and offices, and activate e-mail.

· Developing media work and those working in this field to be able to follow developments and developments taking place in the region.

· Completing the comprehensive multi-purpose census process.

· Working to implement the outcomes of the annual meeting of the Women’s Coordination in North and East Syria.

· Developing smart infrastructure, automation and electronic governance.

· Launching awareness campaigns about the scourge of drugs and ways to combat it.

  In terms of service:

· Continuing to provide support for basic materials (flour, medicines, and fuel).

· Continuing the drinking water supply project for the city of Al-Hasakah.

· Giving priority to service projects related to the infrastructure destroyed during the Turkish occupation bombing, paving and asphalting roads, maintaining bridges and ferries, and extending water and sewage networks.

· Working to protect the environment and find solutions to the problems of environmental pollution in all its forms.

· Increasing wooded areas and green belts in dry areas to prevent desertification from creeping into them.

· Optimal investment of water resources and rationalization of their consumption.

· Supporting the health sector by restoring destroyed hospitals and existing health centers, providing their needs and equipment, and building new specialized hospitals.

· Supporting the education and higher education sector and following up on work on maintaining and renovating schools and buildings.

T/ Satt.

ANHA