Syriac Union Party delegation strengthens collaborative ties with Reform Movement in Syria to address regional challenges

ZALIN, Syria — In a significant move towards fostering cooperation and addressing prevalent challenges, a delegation from the Syriac Union Party (SUP) embarked on a visit to engage with the Reform Movement in Syria. The primary focus of the discussions, held at the Reform Movement headquarters in Zalin (Qamishli), North and East Syria, centered on the latest political and military developments regionally and within Syria.

This visit, part of a series of periodic exchanges, is designed to fortify relations and promote collaborative efforts among active parties and organizations in North and East Syria, said SUP representatives. The overarching goal is to reinforce the values of coexistence and brotherhood among diverse communities while exchanging perspectives on the dynamic political and military landscape in the region, with a particular emphasis on Syria.

Led by SUP Co-Chair Sanharib Barsom and Member of the SUP Executive Body Afram Ishaq, the delegation was warmly received by Amjad Othman, a member of the Reform Movement’s Executive Body, and Iyad Abdel Karim, a member of the Reform Movement’s General Coordination Body.

Throughout the visit, both parties underscored the critical importance of confronting external challenges and thwarting plans that pose a threat to the Syrian people and their legitimate aspirations through a united approach. Central to their discussions was the shared vision of constructing a democratic, pluralistic, and decentralized state, free from the shackles of terrorism and tyranny. This collaborative effort aims to contribute to the broader goal of realizing a just and sustainable future for the Syrian populace.