The Seventh Brussels Conference was launched to support the future of Syria on Thursday with the participation of Jordan, addressing various humanitarian issues concerning the Syrian people.
Organized by the European Union, the conference is held at the ministerial level in the Belgian capital, Brussels, as reported by the Jordanian news agency, Petra.
Jordan is represented by Minister of Foreign Affairs Ayman Safadi, and Zina Touqan, Jordan’s Minister of Planning and International Cooperation, also takes part in the conference.
The agency noted that the objective of the conference is to provide international support to the Syrian people and to the countries hosting Syrian refugees, including Jordan.
Furthermore, the conference aims to renew international political and financial support for Syria’s neighboring countries, particularly Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, as well as Iraq and Egypt.
The conference discusses key humanitarian issues that impact the situation of Syrians inside Syria and those residing in neighboring countries.