Head of the Syrian Interim Government (SIG), Jawad Abu Hatab met with representatives of the civic, economic, and military groups in Azaz during a tour of the town and the surrounding villages. Abu Hatab also met with heads of the local councils in the towns of Kafra, Ihtimeilat, and Marea.
Abu Hatab said that the tour is aimed at discussing ways to beat off the challenges facing the councils using the means available to the Syrian Interim Government.
The meetings focused on the issue of the provision of essential services as well as discussed the opening of civil and land registries in the area to register the selling and buying of property. The meeting also discussed ways to improve education in the area and help dropouts to go back to school as soon as possible.
Abu Hatab pointed out that there are three civil registry centers currently operating in the area, adding that SIG will soon increase the number of centers to include the whole area. Stability has been restored to northern rural Aleppo thanks to the support being provided by our Turkish brothers, he noted.
Abu Hatab expressed hope that security and stability will be soon restored to the rest of the liberated areas, especially in Idlib province, eastern Ghouta, eastern Damascus, Dara’a, Quneitra, and Homs.
Abu Hatab and the accompanying delegation concluded the tour by examining the possibility of opening a branch of the University of Aleppo in northern rural Aleppo to enable students to complete their education. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)