Head of the Syrian Interim Government, Abdurrahman Mustafa, presented a report on the work of his government during the past two months to the 59th regular session of the Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) General Assembly.
The General Assembly elected Brigadier General Hassan al-Himmada as new Minister of Defense and Judge Habbush Latta as the new Minister of Justice.
Mustafa gave an overview on the major activities and achievements carried out by SIG’s ministries and institutions in the liberated areas, as well as the decisions that were made in the areas of health, education, and security and living conditions. He pointed out that these decisions are proceeding according to pre-determined plan and the developments in the Syrian reality.
Mustafa also talked about the meetings with Western envoys and diplomats, in addition to the visits to local councils and revolutionary bodies in the liberated areas.
Moreover, Mustafa highlighted the work of the Ministry of Defense in following up on the field situation on all fronts and raising the combat readiness of the fighters of the Syrian National Army. He also talked about the Syrian National Army’s efforts and intellectual activities, lectures and training courses in the field of international humanitarian law.
Mustafa gave an overview on the role of the Ministry of Interior in controlling security in the liberated areas and preempting most terrorist operations targeting civilians, markets and infrastructure in these areas.
The report also touched on the Ministry of Economy and the work of the General Foundation for Grains and the General Directorate of Customs. The report contained details about the quantities of milled wheat and the price of bread in the liberated areas. SIG is studying a project for opening the General Foundation for Cotton Corporation in the areas east of the Euphrates.
Mustafa also highlighted the role of the Ministry of Health in providing medical care to citizens in the liberated areas, in addition to its significant role in confronting the Covid-19 virus. He pointed out that the vaccination campaign is going well, noting that the number of doses given to the population reached about 236,845. He pointed out that 168,643 people were vaccinated, of whom 68,202 received two doses, and about 100,441 who received one dose.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)