RMELAN, Syria — In the presence of General Commander of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) Mazloum Abdi and the Command of the Syriac Internal Security Forces (Sutoro), the first of its kind Internal Security Forces College in North and East of Syria was inaugurated at the Martyr Mohieddin Academy in Rmelan.
The college started its first training courses, which will last for six months, with the participation of 154 male and female administrators of the Internal Security Forces (ISF) from across North and East Syria.
The opening ceremonies were attended by ISF leaders in Gozarto (Jazira) Region, representatives of the Authorities of the Democratic Autonomous Administration (DAA), Co-Chairs of the Interior Authority, the Council of Martyrs’ Families, and members of civil society institutions.
The opening ceremonies began with a minute of silence commemorating the souls of martyrs, in addition to music performed by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) military band. Co-Chair of the Martyrs’ Families Council in Gozarto Region Hasan Obeid delivered a speech, stressing the greatness of the sacrifices made by the martyrs of the military and security forces to ensure stability and safety in throughout North and East Syria.
Co-Chair of the Interior Authority Ali Hajjo delivered a speech in which he wished all members success, noting the importance of the establishment of the college to consolidate security practices and develop the ISF.
ISF Co-Chair Assem Ahmed also delivered a speech and commended the efforts made to establish the college, the first of its kind in North and East Syria. Ahmed indicated that the college will help to professionalize the security forces and ensure that the path laid out before them by the military and security martyrs is followed.
The opening ceremony was concluded with a military parade of the first course of the college.