DAMASCUS, (SANA) – Prime Minister Dr. Wael al-Halqi on Monday chaired a meeting of the ministerial committee for implementing political program to resolve the crisis in Syria, during which the committee decided to launch website to interact and communicate with the Syrian society.
Premier al-Halqi said this website will boost communication and the spirit of constructive democratic dialogue with all elements of the Syrian society, as it will help to learn about their opinion and create more spaces for dialogue.
Minister of Communications and Technology Dr. Imad al-Sabouni reviewed the plan for launching this website which will form as an interactive dialogue table and forum, serving as a prelude for holding national dialogue meetings.
The committee decided to allocate the necessary resources and implement mechanisms to launch the website as soon as possible.
The ministerial committee also held a meeting with Secretary General of the National Youth Party for Justice and Development, Barwin Ibrahim, and members of the party's politburo, exchanging opinions and ideas with them on national dialogue.
During this meeting, Premier al-Halqi said that the government's plan for implementing the political program is based on meeting all political parties and social forces that want to become involved in the political process on the basis of dialogue and national standards.
The Prime Minister reviewed the committee's work so far, which included relief efforts for the displaced and people affected by terrorism, guarantees for the return of Syrians in neighboring countries, steps to resolve the status of gunmen who abandon their weapons, and pursuing the cases of detainees and abductees.
For her part, Ibrahim said that her party calls for ending the crisis through dialogue and peaceful democratic methods, presenting some suggestions and ideas on national dialogue and how to prepare for it, suggesting that committees be formed to communicate with the opposition abroad.
She also proposed expanding the representation of social elements in subcommittees in provinces, and inquired about the guarantees for the return of displaced Syrians from neighboring countries and for resolving the status of wanted men, in addition to discussing means to provide citizens' basic needs and ensure that humanitarian aid reaches those who need it.
In a press statement following the meeting, Ibrahim called on all sides to make the political program on resolving the crisis in Syria a success, urging the citizens to participate with the political parties and powers to work for getting out of the crisis.
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