Head of the Syrian Interim Government (SIG), Abdurrahman Mustafa, and an accompanying delegation toured northern rural Aleppo to check up on the work of institutions and the basic services provided to citizens. The tour included the towns of Al-Bab and Biza’a in northern rural Aleppo.
Mustafa was accompanied by by Minister of Defense, Major General Salim Idris, Colonel Mohi al-Din al-Harmoush, Minister of Interior, Minister of Local Administration and Services, Muhammad Suleiman, Minister of Health, Maram al-Sheikh, Minister of Justice Abdullah Abd al-Salam, and SIG’s Secretary-General, Faiz Nabi, and external relations officer, Yasser Al-Hajji.
Mustafa and the accompanying delegation met dignitaries in Al-Bab and commanders of the Syrian National Army. The delegation also visited the headquarters of the Civil Police Force and the Military Police in Al-Bab.
They discussed the formation of security committees in the Shield of the Euphrates area comprising SNA representatives, the Military Police, the judiciary, and the Civil Police as well as the distribution of these committees to all regions and stepping up security and military coordination to preserves the security and safety of citizens.
Mustafa reviewed the preparations in the Al-Bab hospital for confronting the coronavirus pandemic as he met the hospital director who highlighted the most urgent needs of the hospital to confront the virus.
Mustafa also visited the local council in Biza’a where he was briefed on the progress of work in it and discussed the people’s needs.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)