Head of the Syrian Interim Government (SIG), Abdurrahman Mustafa, and SIG ministers toured the liberated areas and visited a number of towns and villages in northern rural Aleppo. They met with local councils as well as leadership of the national police force to check on the mechanisms of action and services being provided to civilians.
Mustafa and SIG’s ministers held various meetings in the towns of Al-Bab, Azaz, Bza’a and Qabbasin where they reviewed SIG’s plan of action and vision. They also discussed with the heads of local councils and police departments their roles and tasks.
They also discussed ways to develop the work and beat off the challenges in order to develop administrative work in all ministries and institutions. They also discussed ways to create jobs for the young people in the liberated areas.
Mustafa praised the role of the local councils in consolidating civil administration and improving the essential services in the liberated areas. He stressed the importance of strengthening communication with other institutions and establishing partnership with them and with the local population.
Moreover, Mustafa stressed the importance of coordination between the national police and SIG’s Ministry of Interior, adding that improving security and stability in the liberated areas is the first step for the success of SIG’s plan of action. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)