Supporting the future of Syria and the region - Brussels IV Conference, 30 June 2020


The European Union and the United Nations will co-chair the fourth Brussels Conference on “Supporting the future of Syria and the region”, which will take place on 30 June 2020. In light of the necessary social distancing measures, the Conference will be held in a virtual format.

With the conflict entering its 10th year, the situation in Syria and the region remains highly critical: the dire humanitarian situation, with millions of Syrians internally displaced and having sought refuge in Syria's neighbouring countries, is now being further compounded by the consequences of COVID-19 pandemic. 

In this context, Brussels IV will be an opportunity to gather all relevant actors to effectively address the current situation, offer continued support to UN efforts for a comprehensive political solution to the Syrian conflict, mobilise necessary financial support for Syria and neighbouring countries hosting Syrian refugees, as well as pursuing and deepening our dialogue with civil society.

More info:


Jordan Compact and Brussels meetings - Independent Monitor's Assessment Report




They are Syria

Ten Years of War


Dr. Yusuf Mansur, the CSO rapporteur from Jordan



EU Ambassador to Jordan, H.E Maria Hadjitheodosiou, talks to al Ghad daily newspaper ahead of the Brussels IV Conference

EU Ambassador to Jordan, Maria Hadjitheodosiou, stresses the importance of the EU-Jordan relations and the fourth Brussels Conference on “Supporting the future of Syria and the region” on Al Mamlaka TV:


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