PROVINCES, (SANA)- The subcommittees in charge of setting the mechanisms to invite the national opposition and various political forces to the dialogue continued on Wednesday their meetings in the provinces to come out with visions to help get the country out of its current crisis.
The dialogue subcommittee in Hasaka province met a number of Muslim and Christian clergymen and focused on their role in increasing awareness of all spectra of the society so as to get engaged in the consultation meetings to prepare for the national dialogue conference.
For its part, the subcommittee in Hama met a number of school and university teaching staff who stressed the importance of focusing on the youth and their aspirations as they play an effective role in society.
The subcommittee of Raqqa province met with a number of Muslim and Christian clergymen and social and tribal figures representing several areas.
The talks reviewed the stages of the consultation meetings going on in the province in preparation for the dialogue and the visions and proposals they came out with to help contribute to finding a solution to the crisis in Syria.
In the same context, the dialogue subcommittee in Damascus met with representatives of the branches of the Revolutionary Youth Union and the Baath Vanguard Organization and the Engineers Syndicate.
The participants in the meeting highlighted the necessity that the dialogue meetings include influential and efficient figures and be held under the umbrella of the homeland in a way that preserves its territorial integrity and the unity of its people.
Meanwhile, the dialogue subcommittee in Damascus Countryside met with representatives of the Revolutionary Youth Union, the Baath Vanguards Organization, the National Union of Syrian Students and the Teachers' Syndicate.
The participants stressed the need to reach through dialogue a clear common vision that help contribute to finding a solution the crisis in the country.
In Quneitra, the dialogue subcommittee met representatives of various popular, vocational and service parties in the province and discussed the importance of "having a dialogue for the sake of the homeland and not against the homeland."