NEW YORK, NY – Global Justice, a leading human rights organization, attended a private meeting with His Excellency Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Türkiye and His Excellency Türkiye Ambassador to the United States Murat Mercan on Friday. The meeting was held in New York in collaboration with the American Coalition for Syria and the Atlantic Council, leaders of other Syrian American organizations, and members of the Syrian American community.
After the meeting, Global Justice personally handed over to the Türkiye Foreign Minister and Ambassador a roadmap of 15 executive steps to administer the eastern and northeastern regions in Syria, on behalf of Global Justice and Arab Democratic Alliance. A copy of this roadmap was also sent to the Syria Desk of the U.S. State Department in Washington, D.C. and the Turkish Embassy in Ankara.
Global Justice focused its questions on the latest developments in Türkiye’s foreign policy and Türkiye-Syria relations, specifically in regards to the ongoing efforts to develop Northern Syria.
Global Justice has already begun developing the region through various agricultural, industrial, and educational initiatives and looks forward to continuing its work with nations like the United States and Türkiye to finally see a political solution to the situation in Syria in line with United Nations Security Council Resolution 2254.
“We are thrilled to have had the opportunity to meet with His Excellency the Foreign Minister and discuss the important work we are doing in Northern Syria,” said Global Justice President Dr. Haytham Albizem.
Global Justice Vice President Maissa Kabbani said, “We believe that a collaborative effort between nations is crucial in order to bring about a lasting peace and stability in the region.”
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