New York — The head of the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, Sheikh Salem Al-Maslat, accepted the invitation from Global Justice Organization to attend a special dinner on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
The Syrian opposition delegation highlighted the most important aspects of the recent meetings it held in New York, and especially the meeting it held with the Qatari Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani and meetings with foreign ministers and heads of missions and members of the international community.
They stressed the keenness of the coalition and opposition institutions to implement adherence to UN Security Council Resolution 2254 and the Geneva Conventions, and for them to reject all forms of normalization with the Assad regime.
The Global Justice event in New York was attended by its president, Dr. Haytham Albizem and the vice president, Ms. Maissa Kabbani, who stressed the need to coordinate joint efforts between opposition institutions and civil society organizations in the Syrian and American arenas to have an impact with lawmakers. Also discussed was the need for a strong economy in in the liberated areas in Syria and for implementation of the No Man’s Land initiative launched by Global Justice in cooperation with the Arab Democratic Alliance.
The Syrian opposition delegation praised Global Justice’s economic and environmental approach to developing northern Syria through various initiatives including the cultivation of cotton, corn and wheat and the construction of solar panels. The Syrian opposition delegation noted that Global Justice’s initiative may be the best and most efficient way towards accomplishing a political solution that will achieve and deliver justice for the Syrian people.
Global Justice is working on a multi-stage project to restore the agriculture and build prosperity in Ras al-Ain in northern Syria, where it has launched two projects for the cultivation of cotton and corn, and is preparing to start a wheat project while investing in land, employing the people who are living in the region, and extracting groundwater using solar energy.
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