Four years after the liberation, most of the government departments returned to the Darya area in the countryside of Damascus

in conjunction with the continued return of the people to their homes, most of which became rubble and the rest of them were partially destroyed and a few were standing, but they were also subjected to some bursts of bullets and mortars.
Two years ago, the people returned to their city, and tears of joy were mixed with sadness at same time, after two years had passed since the control of Daraya was regained by the Syrian Arab Army.
Some residents were able to reach their home and others could not find a way to reach due to the percentage of destruction that the city was subjected to, and some were hampered by the rubble that was an obstacle to movement.
Today, four years after the liberation, and two years after the municipality and the people entered the area, Mr.Marwan Obeid, head of the Daraya City Council, told Al-Khobar TV: “The number of people living in Daraya has reached 15,000, and the return continues.”
"We entered Daraya in the tenth month of 2018, and during these two years the municipality, the police station, the clinic, the telephone, and the automatic oven were rehabilitated," Mr.Obaid said. Sewage, water and electricity networks were also rehabilitated, rubble was removed from all roads, in addition to asphalt maintenance, as main roads were paved, according to Obaid.

As for schools, "four schools have been activated and they are within service, and three schools are currently being rehabilitated, and an internal transport line and a microbus line have been reactivated."
And the head of the Daraya City Council added that "the Al-Noufs Building has been rehabilitated and work will begin in the next few days, and for the Syrian trade, once or twice a week, car is sent to distribute food supplies and sell food, and work is underway to establish a permanent headquarters for the Syrian Trade Hall." 'Darayya popular market agricultural products from the farmer to the consumer without an intermediary.
Mr.Obaid pointed out that "the Daraya Church, a number of mosques, and a popular market have been rehabilitated for the sellers."
It is noteworthy that the city of Daraya returned to the control of the Syrian state on August 26, 2016, after an agreement between the Syrian state and the militant organizations that controlled it, which ruled the departure of those who rejected the agreement towards Idlib.


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Scientists from the Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences have completed a detailed 3D model of the ancient city of Palmyra in order to preserve the historical site and facilitate its reconstruction. The institute announced, according to Sputnik, the completion of a project aimed at creating a three-dimensional model of Palmyra, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, explaining that the three-dimensional model is the most accurate and detailed digital data system that has been developed in order to preserve the ancient Palmyra and rebuild it for future generations, indicating that The form was submitted to the General Directorate of Antiquities and Museums in the Syrian Arab Republic. For his part, Director of Antiquities and Museums, Dr. Mahmoud Hammoud indicated that the implementation of the project was carried out in two phases, where the second phase was completed, which is very important for documenting damage to the city and illegal archaeological excavations, to be a real step on the road to restoring and rehabilitating Palmyra. He emphasized that this project comes within a series of projects in cooperation with the Russian side to serve the Syrian cultural heritage, including the restoration of antiquities and the complete rehabilitation of Palmyra Historical Museum.


An alternative residential suburb for the people who lost their homes.

The Syrian government intends to create a residential suburb called “Barada Suburb” in the vicinity of the town of Ain al-Fijah, in the Damascus Countryside Governorate, in southern Syria.
The Syrian Prime Minister’s account on the “Facebook” website stated, Saturday, August 15th, that the governmental “Economic Committee” agreed to ratify the contract between the Governorate of Damascus countryside and the “General Company for Engineering Studies”, to prepare organizational, detailed and executive studies for the Wadi Barada suburb in the region, Basima on the Syrian-Lebanese border.
The government aims to create a residential suburb called “Barada Suburb”, to serve as an alternative housing in the vicinity of Ain al-Fijah, after adopting the results of the study of evaluation, development and regulation of the areas of Ain al-Fijah, Basma and Deir Muqrin, in the Damascus countryside governorate.
The government had promised to compensate the residents of the villages of Ain al-Fijah and Basima in Damascus countryside with alternative residential suburbs, after their displacement since the beginning of 2017.
The government demolished homes and residential neighborhoods in the villages of Ain al-Fijah and Basimah in Rural Damascus, to create a sanctuary for the river and the spring.
And President Al-Assad had issued Legislative Decree No. 1 of 2018, to organize the direct and indirect sanctuary of Ain al-Fijah spring.
The law stipulates the establishment of two sanctuaries along the two tunnels that draw water from al-Fijah spring to Damascus, and the direct width of the sanctuary defined the two tunnels at a distance of ten meters for each end of the tunnel.
Whereas, the width of the indirect sanctuary of the two water delivery tunnels was determined at a distance of 20 meters for each end of the tunnel, as of the axis of the tunnel, including the direct sanctuary. The law prohibits the construction of any residential, industrial, commercial, or tourist facilities, the construction of roads and their paving, in addition to the construction of any extensions or reservoirs, whatever the purpose of their use, in the immediate campus of the Fijah Spring.
According to Syrian law, the immediate sanctuary of the al-Fijah spring is known as "the land located around the water source that allows access to it for its maintenance, safety and prevention of contamination."
Violators of the previous provisions are punished with imprisonment from one to three years and a fine of 500,000 Syrian pounds


As for those who are allocated, RangusNew allocation for youth housing in the 11th and 12th months of the current year, and new proposals for access to information for subscribers.

Director of Youth Housing at the Public Housing Corporation, Maoya Rangus, said in a press statement: We have a hundred thousand subscribers, and we place our official advertisements on our website and on our Facebook page, which are advertisements for citizens and they are supposed to always be in contact with us or refer to us directly. She added: We do not inform the subscribers personally because many people, since 2004 and until now, have changed their "mobile" numbers or did not have a mobile number. The origin or the location of their residence changed because of the events and they did not inform us about their new place of residence, indicating that legally speaking, all advertisements are made through their website or their Facebook page or through the media such as official newspapers. reported that the obligated ones are allocated first, and then comes the role of those who have failed to pay the installments. The director of youth housing added: There is a new allocation that will be issued in months 11 and 12 of this year, stressing that the entire project (the youth housing project) will be prepared at the same time, and she explained that those who have been allocated have an 80% readiness rate for their housing. This statement came after a complaint filed by one of the people subscribing to the youth housing in the suburb of Qudsaya, who found that upon his visit to the question about the housing situation that he had no name in the list of subscribers and his name was removed due to his failure to come on the specified date.

Source: Teshreen


Tartous, the worst front on the Mediterranean, is waiting for the approval of its new organizational chart after a 40-year freeze

Although nearly a year has passed since the Tartous City Council issued a decision on public events to amend the approved organizational plan for the eastern front of the Corniche, the file is still in Tartous and has not been submitted to the Ministry of Public Works and Housing on the subject of the General Secretariat. Because of this big delay, these pictures appear on the front of the picture, the image appears in the following picture.
Alot of the people submitted a complaint to the area in which they demanded an investigation into the reasons for the delay and to speed up the work on a plan with a space taking into account all the objections that were submitted from the real estate on the front and directly behind it.
The head of Tartous City Council, Mr.Mohamed Zein, in response to these complaints, stated that the city council issued Decision No. 102 on the 16th of October of last year approving the amendment of the organizational plan approved for the city of Tartous for the eastern front of the Corniche, according to the organizational planning study prepared by Tishreen University Accordingly, and in accordance with the provisions of Legislative Decree No. 5 of 1982 and its amendments, the Governorate of Tartous was contacted to obtain approval for the exceptional declaration according to Medina Book No. 5563 / p. P Date 10-20-2019,And the announcement was published on November 7, 2019 for a period of thirty days ending on 6-12-2019, during which objections were submitted by citizens living on the eastern front of the sea corniche of Tartous, where the number reached / 38 / objections were attached to the file and sent to the Directorate of Technical Services according to City Book No. 7135 / p. P on the twenty-ninth of December and is currently being seen before the regional technical committee for study to express its technical opinion.
Regarding the reasons for the regional committee’s delay in taking the appropriate decision, especially since it has been more than seven months since the file’s arrival, with objections to it, the Director of Technical Services, Mr.Ali Rustum, stated that there was no delay. He pointed out that in the first meeting of the committee after the corona ban, the achievement was completed, noting that the file needs a lot of work, drawing and approval, and many discussions about some details, not just a meeting. According to the information that the file will be submitted this week or next week to the Ministry of Public Works and Housing in order to settle the dispute about one of the amendments, and then the minutes of the regional committee held on the 30th of last July will be certified, indicating that it will be put into practice ... However, it is feared that the Ministry will delay studying the file for several Additional months.

Source: Al Watan


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.