Public issues

The Syrian government is taking steps to prevent high food and commodity prices

With the proliferation of the coronovirus, the Syrian Government is taking steps to prevent rising prices for food and essential commodities. As of 28 March, all shops of the Syrian Trade Corporation will be selling products – vegetables, fruits and meat of all kinds – according to the price list. The corporation’s statement states that those measures have been taken ...

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An amnesty has been declared in Syria

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad signed a decree on general amnesty for crimes committed before March 22, 2020. The decree says that all Syrian citizens are given a chance to lay down their arms and defend their civil position peacefully. To restore peaceful life and infrastructure and to reflect on the future of their children. In one way or another, people ...

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Deminers clear southern provinces of mines and landfills

Engineers from the Syrian Arab Republic’s armed forces carried out day and night demining tasks in southern Syria in the townships of Duma in Damascus province and Jasim and Al-Harrah in Dara’a province. A total of 1.9 hectares have been cleared of mines and 47 explosive ordnance items have been found and destroyed. The main task of deminers and engineers ...

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Rehabilitating infrastructure in southern Syria

In the southern provinces of the Syrian Arab Republic, important work is under way to rehabilitate civilian infrastructure, including socially important facilities such as homes, social security facilities and water supply facilities. In the past 24 hours, two residential buildings have been restored in the Namer village of Dar’a governorate and a water pumping station in the Barek village of ...

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In Zabadani, an infectious disease unit has been equipped as part of the coronovirus control

If a coronavirus infection is detected in Syria, as part of the Government’s measures to combat it, the SAR Ministry of Health has equipped the Zabadani National Hospital with an infectious disease unit for treatment. The Syrian Minister of Health, Nizar Yazidi, personally ascertained that the medical institution was fully prepared to receive patients. After the inspection, he stated that ...

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Prepare to grow potato seeds in As-Suwayda

In the province of Essaouiraida, preparations for the sowing season are under way. The General Directorate of Seed Distribution has completed preparations for planting 113 greenhouses on 80 donums of seed potatoes near the village of Al-Khalidiyah in the north of the province. According to the head of the department, Wa’il Al-Tawil, 17 tons of Superelite laboratory seeds produced in ...

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Restoration of homes in Syria

Important work is under way in the southern provinces of the Syrian Arab Republic to rehabilitate civilian infrastructure, including socially important facilities such as housing, social security and catering facilities. In the past 24 hours, two homes have been restored in the village of Hiyat in the province of Essaouira and one home in the village of Da’il in the ...

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Infrastructure rebuilding process is going on in Syria

Reconstruction of civilian infrastructure, including socially important facilities such as homes and social welfare facilities, continues in Syria’s southern provinces. In the past 24 hours, for example, 11 residential buildings have been rehabilitated in the towns of Dama in the province of Essaouira, Kiswah in the province of Damascus and Green in the province of Essaouiraira. For many families, this ...

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Russia and Turkey start joint patrols in Edlib

On Sunday, Russia and Turkey began joint patrols in Idlib. The basis for this was the document signed in Ankara as a result of negotiations between military specialists of the two countries. In preparation for the patrol, military engineers of both countries conducted reconnaissance in the area of the Syrian city of Serakib. The military units are heading for the ...

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How affordable and/or practical alternative power-generation solutions for Syrians ? Part – (1)

Syria has been suffering from an array of problems, including  an acute deficiency  in electrical  power, cooking gas and heating fuel. Out of their love and care for Syria and the Syrians, some friendly media outlets suggested what they viewed as “unfailing solutions” to deal with this problem once and for all. As a solution, they suggested an increased reliance ...

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