The Internal Security Forces of North and East Syria graduate the first officers’ course

NORTH AND EAST SYRIA — With the aim of consolidating security in regions of North and East Syria, the Internal Security Forces (ISF) of North and East Syria graduated the first officers’ course that included members of various ethnic groups of the region, according to a statement by member of the Sutoro General Administration Colonel Iskandar Shamoun.

Shamoun added that the officers’ course included 87 men and women members of the ISF. The course lasted for four months, and included intellectual, ideological, legal and military training.

He declared that the course aimed at developing the ISF tasks and duties, in addition to preserving the gains of the uprising in the region.

Shamoun indicated that a number of Sutoro members also participated in the course.