Head of the Syrian interim government Jawad Abu Hatab stressed that the interim government continues to offer services to the civilian population in the liberated areas. He pointed out that the interim government is currently in the process of forming administrative directorates and a police force.
During a meeting with representatives of the local councils in the towns of Azaz, Marea, Jarablos, and Tal Rifaat in the town of Azaz on Monday, Abu Hatab gave an overview of the plans and projects the interim government is implementing in northern rural Aleppo.
Mohammed Haj Ali, head of the local council in Azaz, said that the council is working with the interim government to set up a temporary headquarters in the border town, adding that the interim government will open offices in all the liberated areas across Syria.
The meeting touched on the topics of education, universities, doctors, police and judiciary in the liberated areas, while conferees discussed a work plan for the government which was formed over 100 days ago.
Abu Hatab noted that the interim government has developed plans to open a university and medical institutes in all the liberated areas, adding that the interim government will help students who had to drop out of school to complete their studies.
Following the meeting, officials of the interim government toured a number of institutions, including the local prison and Shaam International University in Azaz. The officials were briefed about the situation inside the prison and law enforcement measures in place in the town.
Abu Hatab said that the interim government is studying the amalgamation of Shaam International University with the universities run by the Syrian interim government. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Office)