Syria. Monthly review (February 2019)

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Restoration of peaceful life, social institutions, the economy and infrastructure.

February 1. The Russian military delivered humanitarian aid to the Christian city of Skalbiya in the north-west of the province of Hama.


Representatives of the Antioch Orthodox Church, the oldest in Syria, asked for help the officers of the Russian Reconciliation Center. The settlement is located on the border of the Idlib de-escalation zone and was badly damaged by the shelling of militants. The needy civilians were given 500 food packages weighing more than two tons. Food sets include: rice, flour, sugar, tea and canned meat. Source (video).

February 2. In Syria, the largest gas-loading plant in Banias, Tartus province, has broken pre-war fuel supply records.


During the war, the militants destroyed almost the entire gas infrastructure, so now the fuel is forcedly supplied in cylinders. The largest plant in Syria fills up to 15 thousand gas cylinders per day. The gas plant operates in three shifts and seven days a week to meet the needs of residents, providing more than 10% of the needs of the Arab Republic in liquefied gas. Right from here, filled tanks go to all the provinces of Syria. Source1 (video) / Source2.

February 3. In Syrian Latakia, representatives of the Russian community, together with doctors, conducted a charity event at the Tishrin hospital.


They opened a game room for children who are here for treatment, and also helped equip it with toys. For disabled children who cannot move independently, the doctors staged a cinema, while the Russian community brought cartoon collections. The room is designed for all children, without exception, who are here for treatment. Children received notebooks, albums, paints and pencils so that they could draw their favorite characters. Each child was presented with a toy. Source (video).


Over the past day, representatives of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Warring Parties held two humanitarian actions in the villages of Mazlum, Deir-Ez-Zor province, and Hazze, Rif-Damascus province, during which 500 food packages were issued to the population. Source.

February 4. The Damascus Chamber of Industry and Rural Development continues to hold a monthly shopping festival (“Made in Syria”) in the sports city of Al-Jalaa in Damascus, this time 135 national food, textile and chemical enterprises took part in it.

Participating industrialists offer discounts and offers on all their products in order to achieve the goal of the festival, which will be a positive intervention that will ease the burden on consumers. The number of discounts varies from 40 to 50 percent. The Damascus Chamber of Industry and Rural Development views this festival as an opportunity to promote national industry. Source.

Russian military brought textbooks on the Russian language to Syrian children — 80 sets were distributed to a school in Aleppo. Such specialized publications are very rare for the Arab Republic. Previously, in order to master the Russian language, children had to use old Soviet manuals. New editions are much clearer and easier to understand. In gratitude for the Russian military, who, by the way, come not for the first time, the children staged a concert and showed what heights in learning the Russian language had already reached. Source.

February 6. According to the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, the network of open education centers in Russian will appear in Syria in 2019-2025.


At the same time, in 2019-2021, the study of the Russian language will be organized in the general education organizations of Syria in the framework of an agreement between the ministries of education of the two countries. In addition, online training courses will be organized for teachers. Source.


Over the past day, representatives of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the warring parties held one humanitarian action in the village of Arbid, Aleppo Province, during which 500 food packages were distributed to the needy residents. Source.

February 7. Due to the lack of its own reserves, the Syrian authorities announced two tenders for the purchase of wheat in Russia during the year in amounts necessary to provide the population with bread.


Grain stocks in warehouses in Syria have been depleted as a result of terrorist operations. Currently, the Syrian authorities are planning to buy about 400 thousand tons of wheat in the Russian Federation before the start of the harvesting season in Syria. The cost of grain is set at $ 270 per ton, so the cost of two tenders will be more than $ 100 million. Works under the contract will be paid by the Syrian pounds. Source.


Over the past day, representatives of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the warring parties held one humanitarian action in the village of Mharda, Hama province, during which 500 food packages were distributed to the needy residents. Source.

February 8. Local authorities in the province of Aleppo, in collaboration with the city authorities, have begun to restore the market in the old city of Aleppo, which is considered an important economic hub of the city.

Repair works will be carried out to restore the market, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, including the restoration of the bearing capacity of buildings and structures and the restoration of the architectural appearance of the market, as well as the work on the elimination of the later reconstruction of buildings. Large-scale infrastructure restoration and lighting will also be carried out. Source.

The district of Al-Muharram, located east of the city of Homs, is gradually returning to peaceful life after the expulsion of terrorist groups. Civil services are starting to work in the region. Thus, a new multifunctional department was opened in Al-Muharram, which provides, among other things, the provision of residents with the necessary documents. Al-Muharram is located to the east of Homs and is of considerable size. The region is known for its agricultural products — olives, grapes and vegetables are grown there. Source.


The Russian military distributed two tons of bread in the Aleppo areas most affected by armed conflicts. Hundreds of locals came to get groceries. Many are just now returning to the city. They have nowhere to live, and there is not enough money even for food. The houses of the people were destroyed during the hostilities. Employees of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Warring Parties arrived to help civilians. This action is not the last. Soon the military will return to bring more food, as well as warm clothes. Source (video).

February 9. The Russian military distributed half a thousand packages of food to the residents of the Syrian city of Mahard.


During the war, the militants were unable to capture the city, but it was badly damaged by rocket and mortar attacks — the positions of the terrorists were only 300 meters from the city, three thousand inhabitants were killed by shells. A huge queue for humanitarian aid lined up at the local school. In total, two tons of cargo were brought — rice, flour, tea, sugar and canned meat. Source (video).

February 10. 130 Syrian companies at once presented their goods at the Damascus shopping festival. Their representatives brought household chemicals, textiles, products and furniture.


Such festivals have been held since 2015. Each such fair brings about 80 thousand dollars to manufacturers, it is attended by at least 30 thousand people. The plans of the organizers — to travel to neighboring countries. Participants of the event insist that they can easily compete even with Chinese manufacturers. Clothing made of pure cashmere, for example, according to them, is much better and cheaper, which made it possible to conclude contracts with European companies. In the future, manufacturers plan to enter the Russian market.

The organizers are currently negotiating their trade festivals in neighboring Lebanon and Jordan. International sanctions against the Syrian government do not apply to private producers, which means that Syrian industrialists, in addition to the desire, have every opportunity to regain the once-lost niche in the global commodity market. Source1 (video) / Source2.

February 11. After a long break and despite all the difficulties, the workers of the Homs oil refinery station were able to commission a 500 k1a compressor, which is necessary for the production of gasoline.

Maintenance staff at the Homs refinery station, with the support of the Syrian Arab Republic Ministry of Petroleum, were able to complete work at the refinery plant. Employees of the plant emphasize that the work was completed, despite the foreign sanctions against Syria and the lack of interaction with foreign technical companies that could supply the necessary parts and materials. Source.

After the restoration is completed in several districts in the eastern part of the city of Deir-ez-Zor, including Hamidiyah, Jubayla, and Fuad, the workers clean up the debris and clear the streets. The Technical Services Administration, under an agreement with the city council, began cleaning the streets. It is planned to open the main streets and some additional streets in the area of ​​the former airport. Removing debris in the Deir-ez-Zor areas is the first step in the strategic plan for the reconstruction of the city. It will be continued by restoring the sewage system and laying new asphalt. All this will facilitate the return to the refugees and allow the residents of the city to expand their recovery plans. Source.

Participants in the Syrian Tribal National Assembly, which was held in the province of Daraa in the village of Al-Garriya al-Sharqiya, rejected the continuation of any illegal foreign presence in Syria. Representatives of the tribes stressed that they remain committed to national ideals and «sovereign Syria throughout its sacred land». The participants of the tribal representatives’ meeting in a statement adopted at the end of the meeting emphasized their admiration for the great sacrifices that the Syrian Arab army brought for its homeland. The participants of the National Assembly of the Syrian tribes called on all forces to work for the benefit of the interests of the Syrian people to rebuild the affected state institutions. In addition, there was a call to limit the proliferation of weapons in the province of Daraa Source.

February 12. In the Syrian city of Ramussi the Syrians began to restore a large car overpass — the only bypass in the south of the province of Aleppo.

With the opening of the bridge, the ring road around Aleppo will take its pre-war look. The 120-meter Ramusi bridge, named after the district of the same name, is a significant part of the bypass road around the largest city in Syria. Before the war, it was possible to get from Aleppo to interchanges leading to many other localities along this overpass. Engineers have to rebuild the most complex engineering structure. The supports have already been replaced, now spans are being built. Source.


The first after-war driving school opened in the city of Aleppo. Young people who could not get a driver’s license during the hostilities, will master the driver’s skills there. The course lasts about a month and includes both theoretical and practical classes. Despite the fact that the driving school is private, it is actively helped by the state, interested in teaching the young Syrians to follow the rules of the road.

Before the war, training in a driving school for obtaining a driver’s license in Syria was not necessary; many mastered driving on their own. However, the country’s leadership after the end of hostilities adopted a law on compulsory training of people in driving schools in the hope of changing the future manners and habits of local drivers, which are characteristic, however, for most countries in the Middle East. Source.

February 13. In the Syrian province of Damascus builders erected a residential complex for young families.


So far, only a few were able to get an apartment in a modern residential complex «Sakin ash-Shababi» for free. In order for own housing to cease to be an unrealizable dream for the main part of Syrian youth, there is a special state program in the country that covers all of it. At the direction of President Bashar Assad, there is a program for the construction of housing for young people.

Residential complex for young families «Sakyan Shabab» today among such construction projects is the flagship. The plan provides for the construction of apartments ranging from 60 to 85 m². A program to improve the living conditions of young people in the Arab Republic was launched in 2002. Then more than 600 thousand applications were collected, but the attack on the country of terrorists postponed these plans for many years. Now, when people are returning en masse to their cities and villages, affordable housing for young people is a good incentive to return home. Source (video).


Over the past day, representatives of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Warring Parties held two humanitarian actions in the settlements of El-Garga, the province of Al-Quneitra and Rayyan of the province of Aleppo, during which 1000 food sets were distributed to the needy. Source.

February 14. The first deliveries of goods from the Crimea to Syria are scheduled to start in late February — early March. The authorities of the peninsula intend to export food, utensils, electrical equipment.


Earlier, the head of the Crimea, Sergey Aksenov, and the Minister of Economy of Syria, Mohammed Samir Khalil, signed a memorandum on regional trade and economic cooperation. It reinforces the intention of the Crimea and Syria to develop cooperation in the economic sphere, including in the framework of plans to create a Crimean-Syrian trading house and a joint shipping company to ensure regular sea freight between the ports of Latakia and the Russian Peninsula. It is also planned to export elements of railway track construction, welding equipment, hand tools to Syria. Syria as a return cargo can supply vegetables, fruits, phosphates for the production of fertilizers. Source.

Syrian students learn Russian language in the Syrian capital Damascus. Within the framework of humanitarian cooperation between Russia and Syria, it was decided to introduce the Russian language into the curriculum in some Syrian schools. In Syria, interest in higher education in Russia continues to grow — over the past year, the number of Syrians who would like to participate in Russian universities and institutes has quadrupled.

The Syrian Ministry of Higher Education announced that in 2019 grants will be provided for higher education in Russia, and has opened a record for those who want to get a university degree and certificates of higher education in Russia. In addition, Russia had previously expressed its willingness to help Syria with the training of professional personnel — the Russian University of Peoples’ Friendship and the Russian North Caucasus Federal University created regular training programs for Syrians who are learning the Russian language. Source.

February 15. In Syrian Aleppo, they began to restore the central hospital of the Salakhin district.


The building was badly damaged during the hostilities, the headquarters and the weapons depot were located in the basement, while the militants shelled the entire city with mortars from the roof. The repair is planned to be completed in just a couple of months, and then empty rooms will be filled with furniture and medical equipment. Source (video).


The head of Crimea Sergey Aksenov on the sidelines of the Russian Investment Forum in Sochi said that the development plan and the formation of a joint Crimean-Syrian shipping company will be ready by March 1 of this year, it is expected that in March the company will already start shipping goods. It is planned to use four vessels for transportation. Source.

February 16. Officers of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Warring Parties in Syria distributed humanitarian aid to the families of the dead soldiers and war invalids in the town of Ain el Krum, Hama province.

Representatives of the Antioch Orthodox Church appealed to the Russian military with a request to help local residents. Reconciliation Center officers handed out to those in need 500 packages of food: rice, sugar, flour and tea, four kilograms in each package. Source (video).

February 17. The “Made in Syria” festival for the textile industry, organized by the Ministry of Economy and Foreign Trade, is held at the exhibition center in Damascus.


The exhibition was attended by 300 companies specializing in men’s and women’s clothing. Total trade pavilions occupied an area of 12,000 meters. As it became known, about 800 foreign businessmen from 18 Arab and friendly countries took part in the event.

During the war, the festival was held in Beirut, since it was unsafe in Damascus. For the second year in a row it is held in the same place. This year the number of participants has tripled. The main purpose of the festival is to support the Syrian textile industry, small and medium businesses, establish business contacts and search for partners to establish exports abroad. With the end of the war, production in the Arab Republic is rapidly reviving. Source1 (video) / Source2.

February 18. More than 2,000 stores began operating in the old markets of Aleppo after the Syrian Arab army regained full control over the city more than 2 years ago.

Significant efforts are being made to renew the various aspects of economic and commercial life in the old city of Aleppo. After the liberation of the city in the old part of Aleppo, an intensive restoration of commercial life is observed; most stores have already opened or are currently undergoing repairs and renovation. Syrian businessmen are working hard to reopen their stores after the end of hostilities. The decisions made by the restoration committee of the Old City allowed the merchants to restore their property in full accordance with the way their shops worked before. A joint work is being carried out with UNESCO in order to save the face of the city from changes. Source.


Russian Islamic Charitable Foundation «Zakyat» has collected more than 1 million rubles (~$20,000), which will be used to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Syria. The funds will be directed to the «Takaful» Foundation, which is one of the largest charitable foundations in the Middle East. The main part of assistance for Syrian refugees — 800 thousand rubles — came from the premiere of the spectacle «The Creator». A separate collection was also organized, following which 355.5 thousand rubles were donated to the fund, and another 117 thousand rubles were collected via the Internet. Source.

In the Idlib de-escalation zone the Russian military is helping Syrians find their relatives. As reported by the Russian Reconciliation Center, a large number of people approach them daily. Appeals are very different: someone asks to demine the field, someone needs medical and humanitarian aid, but mostly people are looking for their loved ones with whom they were separated by the war.

Territorial divisions of the Center for Reconciliation of the warring parties receive Syrian citizens weekly. Russian officers act as middlemen between local residents and Syrian officials. All applications are registered and transmitted to the appropriate services. At the moment, about 500 applications for the loss of relatives have been submitted to the Center for Reconciliation of the warring parties. Source1 / Source2.

February 19. Tourist and scientific trips to the cities and archaeological sites in the vicinity of Daraa started. This became possible after the Syrian army regained full control and expelled the terrorists from there.

In total, about eighty students from the faculties of tourism and antiquities at the University of Damascus arrived at the site. They came to see how the monuments were preserved after years as a result of the war and the fight against terrorists in the region.

The Bosra Theater, located in the archaeological fortress of Bosra, is one of the most important Syrian attractions. The Council of Bosra, accompanied by student and tourist delegations, is ready to provide services that will contribute to the development of tourism. At the moment, a number of plans are being developed to restore life in the tourism sector; it is also expected to re-launch the festivals which were canceled in the city during the terrorist attacks. Source.

In Syrian Aleppo, there is an active restoration of the ancient temple. The Armenian Cathedral Church of the Holy Forty Martyrs is preparing to reopen its doors to parishioners. The terrorists destroyed the outstanding architectural structure almost to the ground. Retreating, they laid explosives in the underground tunnels, because of which the temple was destroyed by almost 70 percent. The restorers have done a tremendous amount of work — they have literally rebuilt every wall brick by brick. Old stones were collected throughout the area and re-laid.

It is planned that the first service in the temple will be held in late March — early April. The restoration of the church is funded by donations from believers of the Armenian community of Aleppo. At least 150 thousand people contributed to the restoration of the shrine. Source1 / Source2.


In Syria, work continues aimed at the peaceful resolution of the conflict and the provision of comprehensive assistance to Syrian citizens in restoring peaceful life. Over the past day, representatives of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Warring Parties held a humanitarian action in the village of Kafer-Bukhum in the province of Hama, during which 500 food packages were distributed to the needy residents. Source.

February 20. Syria will resume flights from Damascus to Caracas. To this end, the Syrian airline «Syrian Air» will provide a liner for flights to Caracas on a regular basis.


The requirement to resume flights to support the friendly people of Venezuela, suffering from US sanctions, was voiced by a number of Syrian deputies. Since the end of January, several rallies and meetings of the public took place in Damascus, the participants of which expressed solidarity with the inhabitants of a Latin American country and condemned the US intervention in its internal affairs.

Venezuela is home to a large diaspora of immigrants from Syria, mainly Christians, who migrated there at the beginning of the 20th century, fleeing persecution from the Turks. In 2015, President Maduro announced his readiness to receive and accommodate 20,000 Syrian refugees in Venezuela. Source.

A charity dinner for more than 150 children orphaned or disabled during a military conflict was held at the Social Welfare Center in As-Swaida on the initiative of representatives of the Provincial Chamber of Commerce. The event is held as part of a program for the moral and psychological support of children in conditions of crisis and war. Source.

The Department of Health in As-Swaida province allocated 36 million Syrian lira to the Ayn al-Zaman welfare center for free treatment services for citizens, the poor, orphans and IDPs. The number of visitors to the center reaches from 500 to 600 daily, there are about 50 doctors and 10 employees working there. Source.

February 21. The Khalid ibn al-Walid mosque of the XIX century, which was damaged during the hostilities in Syria, opened in the city of Homs after reconstruction at the expense of the Akhmat-Khadzhi Kadyrov Regional Public Fund.


The opening was attended by the mufti of Chechnya, Salah Mezhiyev, and the governor of the province of Homs Talal al-Barazi. The Akhmat-Khadzhi Kadyrov Regional Public Fund also restores the medieval mosque in Aleppo, founded during the Umayyad dynasty in 715. Source1 / Source2 (video).


Over the past day, representatives of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the warring parties held a humanitarian action in the village of Salba, in the province of Hama. People in need received 500 food sets. Source.

February 22. One and a half tons of products were distributed by the Russian military in the Syrian refugee camp Duweir, which is located northeast of Damascus. There are 1,200 families who have lost their homes.

People in need received over 300 packages of humanitarian aid, which includes products for the family for the week: canned meat, cereals, flour. Russian servicemen of the Center for Reconciliation of the warring parties regularly bring humanitarian aid to Duweir. Camp management issues food stamps to families in greatest need. As a rule, they are all from the east bank of the Euphrates. Source1 / Source2 / Source3.


In addition, over the past day, representatives of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Warring Parties held a humanitarian action in the village of Tell-Hanzier in the province of Hama, during which 500 food packages were distributed to the needy residents. Source.

February 23. Syrian Electricity Ministry restored the transmission line between the Tifur airport area and the city of Palmyra in the rural area of eastern Homs. The area was destroyed by terrorists during their occupation.

The restoration of the power ine, which stretched for about 35 km, in addition to the 25 towers that collapsed, cost the Syrian authorities one billion Syrian pounds. The government is currently implementing a program to restore electricity to the city of Palmyra, to encourage people to return to it. Prior to this, the return process was slow due to the lack of life support services. The ministry is restoring a transformer station in the city of Palmyra worth about one and a half billion Syrian pounds to illuminate the city and surrounding countryside, the completion of work is expected during this year. Source.

More than 100 works of thin stone were exhibited on the Syrian coast. Stone artist Khiam Badr exhibited her work on a sandy beach in an attempt to highlight the most important humanitarian problems, especially the difficulties of Syrian women, their sacrifices and sufferings during the war years in their home country. In creating the works, the master used various techniques; among the basic materials were granite, mirrors, fabrics, wood and ceramics. All materials are quite expensive. Gravel was used as a background for her paintings. Source.

The Russian military conducted a humanitarian action in the province of Idlib. For the first time, the staff of the Russian Reconciliation Center arrived in the village of Tell-Hanzir. Humanitarian aid from the Russian Federation consists of packages of the most necessary — sugar, rice, flour, tea and canned meat. Source.

The reconciliation process continues in the Syrian Republic. So, on the eve it was possible to resolve the issue with 130 citizens from Homs and its suburbs. This happened during a meeting of the reconciliation committee of the city of Homs at its headquarters in the presence of a representative of the Russian Reconciliation Center under the supervision of the Commission on Displaced Persons in Homs and Hama. Source.

With the participation of about five thousand young men and women from the cities of the province of Damascus and its environs, as well as from the regions of Al-Quneitra, a youth carnival called “My love for Syria” was held. The carnival was organized by the Union of Revolutionary Youth of Syria.

Representatives of the youth and the public actively participated in the march; they marched from the Abbasids Arena to the Bab-Toum area in Old Damascus, thus they expressed their love for the country and their joy associated with the numerous victories of the Syrian Arab army in the war against terrorism. They are also sincerely excited about the return of security to their homeland.

A number of youth march participants confirmed that today’s carnival is a message to the whole world that Syria has a huge number of young people with great potential and outstanding abilities that can lead it to a better future. Source.

February 24. Shopkeepers in Bab-en-Nasr in the old city of Aleppo continue to repair their stores in order to re-open them to their customers and return to their former active trade.

Most citizens already have a desire to make purchases. Store owners insisted on the speedy restoration of the commercial attractiveness of the old Aleppo market, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. As it turned out, they returned to their stores immediately after the terrorists left the city. This happened more than two years ago. After returning, they began to rebuild what was destroyed by terrorism during the occupation of the region. Source.


In the Syrian city of Aleppo, the taekwondo section opened. Classes are held five days a week, but due to the large number of willing there’s not enough places for all. Boys and girls aged from 4 to 14 years old sign up for classes in the queue. The bodybuilding section is also working in Aleppo, where preparations for international competitions are in full swing. In the middle of March, the sportsman Ala Naab will represent Syria in the championship in China. Source (video).


Syria’s largest pharmaceutical company «Tamiko» launched the first after the war production line in the country. Plants that were previously located in East Ghouta, were completely destroyed after the actions of terrorist groups. After the cessation of hostilities, the Syrians managed to restore several workshops.

In the near future, one of the most important lines is being prepared for launch — it will produce antibiotics for children. Experts have already completed the installation of equipment. According to Syrian pharmacists, the main emphasis is placed on cooperation with Russian manufacturers of medical equipment and raw materials. Source1 (video) / Source2.

After several years of suspension of the Syrian national expertise, a fertilizer plant was opened in the south of Homs. Its production capacity ranges from 900 to 1000 tons of fertilizers daily. Operating a plant under an economic siege in Syria is a must. First of all, it is important for the authorities to meet the needs of the domestic market for nitrogen fertilizers. In addition, the continuous production of fertilizers is necessary to meet the needs of agriculture. Source.

February 26. In Syrian Damascus the largest in the region household chemicals factory resumed work.


On the area of more than 2,000 m² several production lines were placed at once, which create means for washing windows, liquid soap and laundry detergents. Enterprises provide household products almost the entire country. Not only large plants, but also traditional family soap factories are being revived here. Source (video).

February 27. Over the past day, representatives of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Warring Parties held a humanitarian action in the village of Rasm-Ukairish, Aleppo province, during which 500 food sets were distributed to the needy residents.


Since the beginning of the settlement process, the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the warring parties has carried out 2,072 humanitarian actions. The total weight of humanitarian aid amounted to 3281.8 tons.

Assistance is ongoing to rebuild infrastructure and create conditions for the return of refugees. As of February 26, 2019, 31,294 residential buildings, 141 medical and 819 educational institutions were restored. 1012.1 km of roads repaired. Source.

Repair services continue to return telephone service to a number of cities and towns located in the rural area of Daraa province, which recently returned to the control of the legitimate Syrian government.

Residents of the city of Giza, who are gradually returning to the province, can finally use the phones. This became possible after the repair and maintenance of telephone networks in remote areas of Daraa, which had long been awaiting the arrival of equipment. All work on the restoration and repair of a telephone center in the city of Giza is technically completed, while at the same time, technical workshops continue to expand the main telephone networks in the city. Source.

February 28. A restored hospital was opened in Aleppo, Syria. Hundreds of residents of the Hananu district got the opportunity to visit the doctors without having to travel many kilometers along the ruins of the city.


At the moment, the hospital has been partially repaired, but work on its restoration is still ongoing. The hospital has already opened a pharmacy, where local residents can get free medicines.

The Aleppo authorities decided to open 14 medical centers in the near future to help the poorest segments of the population. At the moment, there are already 9 first-aid posts, 5 more will open soon. Source1 (video) / Source2.

The agricultural sector in the Syrian province of Daraa began a phased recovery. This became possible after the Syrian army took control of the entire region. Source.

A branch of the Association of Engineers in the province of Homs began repairing a local engineering college located in the Al-Waer district in the administrative center. Source.


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