Implementation of 45 industrial and craft facilities in Tartous.

The pace of licensing and establishing crafts and industrial workshops and establishments in Tartous Governorate has not stopped despite the conditions of the crisis and the conditions set by the Ministries of Industry, Agriculture and Environment to get the licenses.
Engineer Ammar Ali, Director of Tartous Industry, mentioned that since the beginning of the current year, 29 diversified craft establishments have been implemented, including food, engineering, textile and chemical establishments with a capital of 80 million pounds and the value of machines and equipment for these facilities up to 50 million pounds,
and these facilities employ 70 workers,
Also 15 facilities have been built and implemented. Various industrial industries according to Law 21, including chemical, food, and engineering with a capital of 184 million pounds and the value of machines 103 million pounds, and these facilities operate up to 77 workers, and Eng.Ali added: According to the investment law, one food industrial facility has been implemented with a capital of 150 million pounds and the value of equipment and machinery is 73 million pounds, and this facility operates within limits 12 workers.


Executive Aleppo approves 11 road projects in the liberated countryside of the governorate.

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.


Executing projects to lighting streets and markets in Daraa using solar energy

. Daraa Governorate, in cooperation with the United Nations Development Program, is implementing several projects in the field of solar energy to meet the growing demand for electricity in light of the return of many occupations and industrial and commercial activities to work after restoring stability to the province. Eng.Amin Al-Omari, the head of the city council, stated in a statement to the SANA correspondent that after the lighting of the martyrs market with solar energy and the panorama road of the National Hospital, the workshops began to pour concrete bases in preparation for the installation of lighting poles in each of the western starting center, Souk Al-Hamidiya Street and the old market street next to the Omari Mosque in the Daraa Al-Balad area. The town council of Ghassam in the eastern countryside of Daraa is also working on the same project in cooperation with the United Nations Development Program to equip solar lighting poles for the main streets and markets of the town. The city of Daraa started relying on solar energy in street lighting in the middle of last year, and the Panorama / National Hospital road, which is the longest road inside the city, as well as the martyrs street market, one of the most important commercial markets in the city, which witnessed a large percentage of occupancy after rehabilitating the infrastructure in the market, was lit.


The Investment Authority announces an opportunity to achieve self-sufficiency from a raw material ... get to know it.

In accordance with the provisions of the Investment Promotion Decree No. 8 of 2007, the Syrian Investment Authority, in cooperation with the General Establishment of Geology and Mineral Resources, announces the availability of a new opportunity in the extractive industries sector in Al-Basit region in Lattakia Governorate,
With a reserve of 2.5 million tons, it is used to produce feldspar from nephelene cyanate containing alkali and alumina feldspar.

According to a statement by the commission, the produced material has suitable specifications for the industry as a substitute raw material for the imported feldspar, with different rates and standards,
the mixture of raw materials ranges between 20% and 40% in ceramics, 25% in porcelain and sanitary ware, and between 15% and 20% in glass, enabling us to cover the needs of the country, which amounts about 75 thousand tons annually, and to achieve self-sufficiency and provide Foreign exchange.
The opportunity has all the incentives and exemptions mentioned in the Decree to Encourage Investment in the event that it is covered by its provisions, and it is considered one of the activities supported by incentives and facilities of the import substitution program


The branch of the General Company for Roads and Bridges in Homs completes its plan 100% in the first half of this year

With a completion rate of 100% of the annual plan amounting to / 4 / billion pounds and a value exceeding 1.7 billion, the branch of the General Company for Roads and Bridges in Homs completed its planned works for the first half of the current year, according to what the branch manager, engineer Shahid Hallas said, despite the commitment to apply the precautionary measures and the necessary precautions to address the Corona virus and severe weather conditions during the winter season.

Hallas added that these projects are considered one of the important and vital projects that the company is working on implementing, which is / implementing infrastructure in the fourth and sixth sectors in the new western rugged expansion area that serves about 151 residential towers spread over an area of 83 hectares and includes road and pavement works Gardens, sewage networks, water, electricity, and telephone.
-implement the road leading to the treatment plant in the industrial city of Hasia to connect the station with the industrial city and serve it with a water line.
Eng. Hallas explained that the company’s branch is implementing a number of projects with the Technical Services Directorate in Homs aiming to link the villages of the countryside with each other and with the provincial center / Arqaya Road _ Al-Zeebq _ Al-Hafruh / Ain Al-Ajouz Road _ Al-Falatiya / Al-Hithmiyah Road / Al-Zoghurra Village Road in addition to rehabilitating the roads In the northern countryside, at a value of 800 million pounds, to eliminate the effects of sabotage terrorist acts from the region.


The price of construction Steel increases nearly 4 times in 5 years ... and 1-ton cement jumps to 214%

The prices of building materials in Syria continue to reach record highs and incredibly mindfulness. Today, the cost of covering a 100-square-meter apartment has increased between 10-15 million SP.
The crazy and unprecedented rise in the real estate market is mainly due to the rise in building materials, as the price of a ton of brominated steel jumped almost four times during the last five years, while the price of a ton of cement intended for construction jumped more than 214%.
According to the "Business 2 Business" index for building materials, we notice that the ton of brominated iron reached on July 30, 2020 between one million and 475 thousand and 600 thousand.
And compared to the past five years, we notice that the price of a ton of steel increased by 247% from what it was in the same period last year, meaning that the ton increased from 400-425 thousand on July 30, 2019 to one million and 475 thousand and one million 600 thousand pounds.
While the price of a ton of steel jumped 315% compared to 30 July 2018, which reached about 355 thousand pounds.
And it rose by 322% compared to July 30, 2017, which reached around 350 thousand pounds.
In comparison with the year 2016 only, the price of a brominated steel ton increased by 364% from 318 thousand pounds to one million and 475 thousand pounds in July 2020, which means one ton increased its price by one million and 157 thousand pounds during five years.
As for the year 2019, the price of cement ranged from 55 to 60 thousand pounds, an increase of 50 thousand, so that the price of tons per year increased by 83%.
While the price of a ton of cement jumped to 120% compared to its price in the year 2018, which ranged between 45-50 thousand pounds.
And it increased by 156% compared to its price in 2017, which ranged between 40-43 thousand pounds.
When the price of one ton increased by 75 thousand between July 2020 and July 2016, an increase of 214.49% during five years.

The real estate market has become (out of logic), as the cost of covering the apartment is more than its price, so no citizen will be able to return what was destroyed in the short term.


The municipality of Aleppo demolishes five high-risk buildings in Al-Qatirji neighborhood, which has suffered a building collapse.

The concerned authorities in the city council of Aleppo implemented the proposals of the council's public safety committee to remove the suspended blocks from the damaged buildings that constitute a danger to public safety in "Bustan Al-Qasr" neighborhood,
And continues to demolish five "high-risk" buildings in Karam al-Qatirji neighborhood: that work continues to demolish the structures that are in danger of falling.

When "Karm Al-Qatirji" witnessed on the 9th of this month, the front part of the building of an unoccupied and high-risk building collapsed, according to the description of "public safety", during the restoration of the building without a permit, which led to the death of a construction worker and the injury of 11 others.

The head of the city council, Mr. Maad Al-Madlaji, then reported to Al-Watan that the owner of the building, which was previously destroyed by the actions of the terrorists, resorted, without a restoration license from the council, to entering workers to the building and carrying out the restoration of the building without the knowledge of the council, which caused The roof collapsed on the workers.

The City Council continues to work on the rehabilitation of streets, sidewalks, and gardens, with the aim of improving the service reality of the city and restoring shelters to it.
Yesterday, the municipality started the work of skimming and preparing to extend the road from the Shehan roundabout towards Nile Street Roundabout as part of a contract to rehabilitate the aforementioned street from the commitment of the Military Construction Implementation Corporation in Aleppo.

The municipality also embarked on the work of preparing the “Al-Qalaji Square” site to start the asphalt asphalting project from the “Paris Junction” towards the square, as part of a contract for asphalting streets within the Syrian Services Directorate from the General Company for Roads and Bridges pledge.
Work continues on projects to rehabilitate the sidewalks and buttocks from the platform of "Al-Furqan Park" towards the University Square and from there down to the construction bridge, with a commitment from the General Company for Building and Construction.

On the other hand, the city council started the work of a rehabilitation project: the Khalidiya Park behind "Ammar bin Yasser Mosque and the Furnace Garden with a pledge from the Military Housing Foundation, Aleppo branch.
Yesterday, the council followed up the asphalt maintenance work in Al-Kallaseh neighborhood, Al-Qabaqib Park Street, and in the Al-Manshiya area: all the way to Farhat Square, and in Al-Andalus neighborhood: in the Northern Ring Road, and in the neighborhood of 1070 apartments in Al-Hamdania, except Pavement maintenance works behind Al Kawakibi Garden.


The construction company in Hama completes the first phase of the youth towers project in Al-Wafa suburb

The branch of the General Company for Building and Construction in Hama has completed the first phase of the youth towers project in Al-Wafa suburb in the city of Hama, at a cost of more than 480 million Syrian pounds. Eng. Ghiath Ajamiah, the company's branch manager, said that a contract has been concluded with the General Housing assituation to cover these two towers with a cost of about 176 million pounds, which includes the works of floor tiles and drawers, the installation of aluminum windows, wooden doors, paint and other works as well as putting the finishing touches to cladding the fronts of the two towers with the installation of floor and upper cabinets, Noting that the two young towers each contain 12 floors with a floor area of 9630 square meters and an area of 90 square meters for one apartment. With a total of 96 apartments, also there is a service floor in both towers. The Eng. Agamia, added that the value of the works carried out by the branch since the beginning of this year until last June amounted to one billion and 390 million pounds, Pointing out that the company's branch is working on the implementation of many important vital projects, particularly the installation of mechanical and electrical equipment in the wastewater treatment plant project in Masyaf, which includes pumping and treatment units, chlorination, electrical panels, control and other equipment. It is expected to be completed within a short period of the current year, in addition to the implementation of many important projects contracted with the General Organization for Drinking Water in the governorate, where 3 pumping rooms are being implemented in the city of Hama, in the neighborhood of South Malaab, and near the headquarters of the Arab Women Association and Al-Jub roundabout, with rates exceeding 80% Percent, at a cost of 96.664 million Syrian pounds. In addition to the drinking water project in the village of Al-Laqba in the western governorate, in which the implementation rate reached 55 percent. The project, with a total cost of 311 million pounds, includes the implementation of a ground tank with a capacity of 200 m3 with the extension of lines to install and install two pressure compression tanks, the first with a capacity of 100 m 3 and the second with a capacity of 30 m 3 with the delivery of water to subscribers In the village as well as the Salhab water project, which is nearing completion with an implementation rate of 98 percent of it, at a cost of 60 million pounds, and included the implementation of 3 pumping rooms and liquefaction and pumping lines in the areas of two Salhab and Muharda units.


Restoration Al- Soukatia market project in Aleppo, at the list nominated to gain the International ICCROM Award.

The list includes many projects nominated for the International Award “ICCROM Sharjah” for good practices in the preservation and protection of cultural heritage in the Arab region in its current session 2019-2020, included the restoration of the Soukatia market in Aleppo from among 15 cultural projects from Syria, Palestine, Egypt, Sudan and Jordan.
The Soukatia market in Aleppo was opened last October, completed after developing scientific studies and a detailed plan for the region with Syrian expertise in cooperation between the Ministry of Culture, the Syrian Secretariat for Development, the Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums, the Aleppo City Council and the Aga Khan.

The restoration of the Soukatia market has all the factors that qualify it to gain the award, including the scientific studies done for the site, the preparations for launching the restoration processes, the methodology used for the restoration project, defining the tasks and cooperation between the relevant authorities to complete the required work on time, returning to the historical eras of each building and its construction date, focusing on buildings in near Umayyad Mosque, according to the agency "SANA".

The studies of the restoration processes were characterized by documenting and recording the decorative elements distributed throughout the market, in order to make the shops take on a consistent nature.
The market includes more than 53 shops devoted to sale sweets and nuts, and is the primary center for the markets of the ancient city of Aleppo.

The Soukatia market considers the link between the markets of the old city, extending from the door of Antioch on the western side of Old Aleppo to the Al-Zerb market opposite the Aleppo Citadel to the east.

Mention that the International Award “ICCROM” is awarded once every two years and aims to honor and reward distinguished works that contribute to protecting and reviving the cultural heritage in the region, includes two categories, buildings and heritage sites, collectibles and museum collections in cultural institutions such as museums and archives.


Restoration Al- Soukatia market project in Aleppo, at the list nominated to gain the International ICCROM Award.

The list includes many projects nominated for the International Award “ICCROM Sharjah” for good practices in the preservation and protection of cultural heritage in the Arab region in its current session 2019-2020, included the restoration of the Soukatia market in Aleppo from among 15 cultural projects from Syria, Palestine, Egypt, Sudan and Jordan. The Soukatia market in Aleppo was opened last October, completed after developing scientific studies and a detailed plan for the region with Syrian expertise in cooperation between the Ministry of Culture, the Syrian Secretariat for Development, the Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums, the Aleppo City Council and the Aga Khan. The restoration of the Soukatia market has all the factors that qualify it to gain the award, including the scientific studies done for the site, the preparations for launching the restoration processes, the methodology used for the restoration project, defining the tasks and cooperation between the relevant authorities to complete the required work on time, returning to the historical eras of each building and its construction date, focusing on buildings in near Umayyad Mosque, according to the agency "SANA". The studies of the restoration processes were characterized by documenting and recording the decorative elements distributed throughout the market, in order to make the shops take on a consistent nature. The market includes more than 53 shops devoted to sale sweets and nuts, and is the primary center for the markets of the ancient city of Aleppo. The Soukatia market considers the link between the markets of the old city, extending from the door of Antioch on the western side of Old Aleppo to the Al-Zerb market opposite the Aleppo Citadel to the east. Mention that the International Award “ICCROM” is awarded once every two years and aims to honor and reward distinguished works that contribute to protecting and reviving the cultural heritage in the region, includes two categories, buildings and heritage sites, collectibles and museum collections in cultural institutions such as museums and archives.