The ministerial committee tasked with re-evaluating the basic needs for supporting the areas damaged by terrorism in the liberated countryside of Idleb inspected on Thursday the continued work in a number of vital and service projects.
The Committee, paid several visits to the cities and towns of Idleb southeastern countryside, including the health center, city council in Khan -Sheikhoun, the National Hospital in Maarat al-Numan city, the Syrian Trade Establishment in Sinjar town , and basic education school in Hawa village
Local Administration and Environment minister, Hussein Makhlouf, said in statement that the tours aim to set a number of measures to rehabilitate the infrastructure of towns and villages damaged by terrorism, according to the mechanisms approved by the administrative units.
The Minister pointed out that many acts of rehabilitation were achieved in the liberated villages regarding the maintenance of water networks, the removal of rubble, and the evaluation and rehabilitation of schools damaged by terrorism.
Minister of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform, Ahmad al-Qadiri, for his part, affirmed the government’s readiness to return to the agricultural process in Idleb province which is distinguished with its agricultural activity and production, noting that the government seeks to market wheat with the rehabilitation of areas planted with fruitful trees in the liberated areas.
Finance minister, Maamoun Hamdan, indicated that the economic committee seeks to support the tourist facilities damaged by terrorism on the International Aleppo-Damascus highway by providing a basket of loans to the owners of these facilities.
Director Idleb Education department, in turn, told Local reporter that the work is underway to rehabilitate 19 schools in the liberated countryside of Idleb at a cost of SYP 3 billion.