Ministers of the Syrian Interim Government (SIG) visited services institutions in the liberated areas and discussed ways to develop their work and improve the services provided to the civilian population.
The field visits came as part of a plan put forward by SIG’s Head Jawad Abu Hatab who pledged that his government would focus on ascertain the living conditions of civilians in the liberated areas and find ways to solve the problems facing them as well as to follow up on the work of services institutions and improve their performance.
Minister of Agriculture Jamal Kalash visited the Free Directorate of Health in Homs and discussed with its staff the challenges being faced by the Directorate. Both sides discussed ways to beat off these challenges and the find the easiest ways to solve the problems that hinder the work of the Directorate.
Kalash stressed the need to step up efforts to overcome the problems and challenges faced by civilians and services institutions alike as he expressed hope that these efforts will alleviate the suffering of civilians resulting from the siege regime forces impose on the northern rural Homs.
Kalash’s visit came as part of a series of field visits being made by the Minister of Agriculture, the most recent of which was a visit to the Medical Institute in northern rural Homs.
As part of the activities SIG is carrying out on the ground in the liberated areas in southern Syria, the Minister of Local Administration Mohammed Sorour Al-Muthayeb and an accompanying delegation visited the hospital of Tafas in Dara’a province.
In a similar vein, SIG’s Minister of Services Abdullah Razzouk and Head of the Re-stabilization Committee Munther Sallal checked up on the work of the local council in the town of Marj Dabiq in rural Aleppo. They also discussed ways to rehabilitate state institutions and meet the needs of the local population.
Razzouq concluded the tour with a visit to the local councils in the towns of Souran and Akhtarin in Aleppo province. Razouq and members of the local councils discussed the major projects being implemented in the area, most notably a project to rehabilitate roads. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)