VII Brussels Conference on ‘Supporting the future of Syria and the region’
The European Union will organise a Seventh Brussels Conference on ‘Supporting the future of Syria and the region’ on 14 and 15 June 2023, in Brussels. The Ministerial meeting will take place on 15 June. A Day of Dialogue will be held on the preceding day bringing together civil society from Syria and beyond, decision makers, and operational partners to engage in dialogue on Syria and the region as well as on its humanitarian and resilience challenges.
The overarching objective of the Brussels Conferences is to ensure continued support to the Syrian people, both in Syria and in the wider region, by mobilising the international community in support of a comprehensive and credible political solution to the Syria conflict, in line with UN Security Council resolution 2254.
As was the case at previous years’ conferences, Brussels VII will equally address critical humanitarian and resilience issues affecting Syrians in Syria and neighbouring countries, and those which impact communities hosting Syrian refugees in the region. The Conference will thus renew the international community’s political and financial support for Syria’s neighbours, particularly Jordan, Lebanon and Türkiye, as well as Egypt and Iraq. A special Donor Conference was held earlier this year to support the people in Türkiye and Syria in the wake of February’s devastating earthquake. Brussels VII remains the main pledging event this year for Syria and all its neighbouring countries.
Through the Day of Dialogue, the Conference also provides an interactive platform for dialogue with civil society and NGOs active in Syria and the region.
All the key information and material related to the Brussels VII Conference on “Supporting the future of Syria and the region” has been assembled on this website.
All the sessions of the Conference will be live-streamed. Translation in English, Arabic, Turkish and French will be available.