The Syrian Interim Government announced it opened new service institutions in rural Aleppo on Tuesday as part of its efforts to improve living conditions and basic services in the region.
SIG’s website reported that SIG’s Head Abdurrahman Mustafa had opened the Free Directorate of Health in Aleppo in the town of Marea and a public bakery in the town of Akhtarin in northern rural Aleppo.
The opening ceremony was attended by a delegation comprising Defense Minister Major General Salim Idris, Minister of Justice Abdullah Abd Al-Salam, Minister of Finance and Economy Abdel Hakim Al-Masry, Minister of Health, Maram Al-Sheikh, SIG’s Secretary-General, Yasser Al-Hajji, officials from the SOC’s office in rural Aleppo, Head and members of Aleppo Provincial Council, and heads of local councils.
Mustafa toured the departments of the Health Directorate, including the ambulance system, warehouses and training halls. He thanked the staff of the Directorate for their great role in confronting the coronavirus in the liberated areas.
Mustafa and the accompanying delegation also toured the Akhtarin bakery as they checked up on the urgent needs that need to be secured.
With a production capacity of about 14,000 packs of bread per day each weighing 750 grams that will be sold at a price of one Turkish lira, SIG said that the bakery covers the need of approximately 50,000 people in the region.
Mustafa said that SIG is stepping its efforts to provide services for the civilian population, especially in the areas of health and education.
He pointed out that in addition to improving the living conditions in the liberated areas, these projects will create new jobs, which would positively reflect on the reality of the liberated areas. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)