Premier Khamis: Strategy needed for reconstruction and production in Aleppo city

Aleppo – Prime Minister Imad Khamis asserted the necessity of setting up a strategy and working plan for reconstruction in Aleppo and effectively assessing the services situation in the city in order to find suitable solutions and provide best services to the citizens, SANA reported.

His stress came during a meeting with members of the Executive Bureau of the councils of Aleppo City and Governorate and directors of services and construction establishments and departments in the province.

Khamis also stressed the necessity of overcoming all obstacles hindering the production movement in the city to promote the economic situation on the industrial, commercial and agricultural levels, highlighting the need of forming committees and work teams to rehabilitate the old city of Aleppo.

Prime Minister: Putting strategies, specifying work priorities to enhance industry in Aleppo

Aleppo - Prime Minister Imad Khamis said that it is very important to specify work priorities for the upcoming period and forming a unified team to put strategies and presenting vision to enhance and re-run the production circle in Aleppo city.

The government delegation continued on Tuesday its tours in Aleppo, inspecting a number of services and economic facilities, including the industrial city of al-Sheikh Najjar, SANA reported.

Khamis pointed out that the government gives special attention to the Industrial City of Sheikh Najjar due to its economic importance, adding that the government is serious in providing all the required support to increase production process in it.

Premier Khamis inspects Aleppo’s neighborhoods, meets Governorate and City Councils members

Aleppo - Prime Minister Imad Khamis affirmed that the government has an ambitious and big work plan with clear timeframes for Aleppo that will be announced at the end of the government delegation’s visit to the city.

During an inspecting tour of Aleppo’s neighborhood on Monday conducted by Khamis and the accompanying government delegation, Khamis said that the delegation has started holding meetings to evaluate the situation, the requirements and what we will do during the next phase in completion of the victory of our armed forces in the liberation of the city of Aleppo from terrorism, SANA reported.

Primer Khamis pointed out that the destruction caused to places of worship, Aleppo Citadel, and neighborhoods by terrorist organizations shows the terrorists’ hatred and their plans to undermine Syria’s history and culture.

Upon directives of President al-Assad, a government delegation, led by Khamis, visits Aleppo to inspect its economic, service situation

 

Aleppo - Upon the directives of President Bashar al-Assad, a government delegation, led by Prime Minister Imad Khamis started Sunday a visit to Aleppo to inspect the economic and service situation in the city.

“The visit is very important which comes as a crowning to the victories of the Syrian army and inspecting and getting acquainted with the demands of Aleppo citizens as well as integrating all government efforts to improve the economic and services situation in the city,” Premier Khamis said.

The delegation, which comprises 15 ministers, started its meetings at al-Baath Arab Socialist party’s building in Aleppo, SANA reported.

Khamis called for presenting new visions to re-evaluate the urban project in Aleppo according to modern patterns with the participation of all sides concerned.

Cabinet: Using all available resources to address shortfall of water in Damascus city and countryside

Damascus -The Cabinet discussed in its weekly session a number of urgent service issues, chief among them is the shortfall of water in Damascus city and countryside.

The Cabinet approved a plan to bring more water tankers from the provinces to increase the amount of water and distribute it for free in the neighborhoods in coordination with the governorates of Damascus and Damascus Countryside, SANA reported.

The Cabinet also approved using the available resources and backup wells to reduce the shortfall of water in the city of Damascus and its countryside after Ayn al-Feijeh Spring, Ayn Haroush and Barada Spring came out of service as a result of terrorist acts, also approving continued positive intervention by offering additional quantities of bottled water.