The Executive Office of the Aleppo Governorate approved, during its regular session today, Thursday, the implementation of 11 road projects in the liberated countryside of the governorate, with the aim of encouraging the people to return to their areas and homes.

The projects diversified to include skimming and asphalting the main entrance and a number of streets and a project for the removal of rubble and earthen berms in Andan in the northern countryside of Aleppo. The projects included a project for the remains of quarries, paving, and asphalting of some of the streets of Qubtan Al Jabal and the villages of Hoor and Banshatra, which are affiliated with it, a project of skimming and asphalting of some streets within the town of Jazaraya, a project of works of skimming, paving, and asphalt maintenance for major streets, and a project of asphalting some streets within the town of Anjar and the village of Al-Huta affiliated to it, and that In the western countryside of Aleppo, while the countryside of the southwestern governorate received a share of the road projects, which included a project of skimming, paving, and asphalting in the larger town of Urm and its affiliated villages such as Kufrnah, Awajel, Sheikh Ali, Qanater and Kafrhalb.

As for the southern countryside of Aleppo, it had a project for paving and maintenance of asphalt for the main entrance and main streets in the town of Zerba, and a project for skimming, paving and asphalting some streets in the town of Tal Hadya, and a project for quarry works, paving, and asphalting for some streets within the village of Huwair al-Eis, which is affiliated to the town council of Zammar, in addition to the remnants project Asphalt quarrying, paving and maintenance of the main entrance and main streets in the town of Khan Toman, a project of paving and maintenance of asphalt for some streets within the town of Al-As, a project of paving and maintenance of asphalt for the main entrance and main streets in the town of Barnah and a project of paving and asphalting works for streets in the town of Maran.

Governor Hussein Diab stressed during the meeting the need to take the necessary measures to continue providing services and ensuring public safety during the blessed Eid Al-Adha period and to tighten health control procedures, suppress building violations and continue to provide cleaning services. Preventing the establishment of children’s playgrounds as a precautionary measure to combat corona virus.