Reconstruction of schools damaged by terrorism and building new ones in Quneitra

The Directorate of Technical Services in Quneitra Governorate continues the work of rehabilitating schools damaged by terrorism and building new schools on the governorate’s land and in the complexes of displaced people in Damascus countryside.

The director of technical services in the governorate, Engineer Hamda Al-Arqawi, told SANA reporter that the construction works of Khan Arnabeh School, which includes 12 classrooms at a cost of more than 121 million Syrian pounds,  and Al-Kiswa Al-Sharqiah School in Damascus countryside, which includes 21 at a cost of more than 207 million Syrian pounds, have been completed.

 

The Engineer indicated that the directorate has completed the construction works of the Martyr Yahya Assouf School in Hader town, which includes 6 classrooms at a cost of about 59 million pounds. She referred to the reconstruction  and maintenance of the Martyr Ismail Musa school in the village of Ain Aisha at a cost of 71 million pounds.

 

Inas Abdulkareem

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