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Setting-up Investment Projects to Support National Production and Provide Job Opportunities in Quneitra

Top priority has been given by the Syrian government to changing Syria's  investment map and bridge all the gaps that have impeded investment projects , especially because the country has entered into a stage of economic recovery which requires attracting key investment projects.

Quneitra  province  is  exerting relentless efforts  to provide suitable   working  conditions that attract investors in all sectors through ensuring  the infrastructure, mainly roads, electricity and  labor force, which contributes to increasing the number of projects that provide job opportunities and stimulate local production.

  Deputy head of the executive office in Quneitra , Hussein Ishaq, told SANA  that setting-up the industrial and craft zone in Al-Halas and the craft zone  in the town of Khan Arnabeh will effectively contribute to attracting investors, industrialists and craftsmen to invest in the province due to the availability of elements of industrial investment and craftsmanship, mainly  energy, water, transportation and the zone's close location to the main markets  in Damascus, its countryside, Daraa, and  Sweida.

On  his part, Faraj Saqran, a member of the executive bureau of the investment sector,  made it clear  that the  concerned bodies  in the  province  provide  necessary support to revive the investment sector to reactivate the production wheel and enhance the economic process that will reflect positively on other social and development sectors.

He highlighted the fact that the investment sector is determined to recover after the return of security and stability to all areas in Quneitra   where a number of important projects have been implemented and licensed in the field of food and textile industries.

In  turn , the Director General of the Syrian Investment Agency ( SIA ) , Madyan Diab,  stressed  that the authority is continuing to implement its plan in cooperation with the concerned parties to support projects, encourage investors, pushing the investment wheel forward , overcome all obstacles and provide various facilities for new investors.

 Diab  called  on industrialists, tradesmen and businessmen to  carry out investment projects in Quneitra given the availability of multiple elements that attract investors.

Diab indicated that the SIA  provided  24 investment opportunities to the private sector in Quneitra  in the field of tourism, services, agriculture, animal production, electricity, energy and industry.

Rawaa Ghanam