Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that he had met with a delegation from the Syrian opposition coalition, at which he confirmed his support for the Syrian opposition.
In a tweet, Davutoglu said that he met with “Syrian National Coalition head Salem al-Muslat, head of the Syrian negotiating commission Badr Jamus and head of the interim government Abd al-Rahman Mustafa. .”
Davutoglu indicated that the meeting discussed the latest developments in Syria, adding: “We reaffirmed our support for the Syrian opposition and the Syrian people in accordance with Security Council Resolution 2254.”
Suriye Ulusal Koalisyonu Başkanı El-Maslat, Suriye Müzakere Komisyonu Başkanı Camus ve Suriye Geçici Hükümeti Başbakanı Mustafa – Görüstük. #surye bağlamındaki son gelışmeleri ele aldık.
2254 sayılı BMGK Kararı uyarınca Suriye muhalefetine ve halkına desteğimizi yineledik. pic.twitter.com/ssgzdnvrOm
– Mevlut Cavusoglu (@MevlutCavusoglu) January 3, 2023
The meeting coincides with signs of a rapprochement between Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) government and the Syrian leadership and a debate about an upcoming meeting between Presidents Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Bashar al-Assad.
The defense ministers of Russia, Syria and Turkey recently met in Moscow, and the Russian Defense Ministry reported that the meeting discussed ways to resolve the Syrian crisis and the refugee problem, as well as joint efforts to combat extremist groups in Syria. .