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Aleppo Rebuilding its Infrastructure, 1216 Projects Since Eliminating Terror

Syria Rebuilding - Aleppo

As hundreds of thousands of Aleppo residents returning to their homes since the Syrian Arab Army and its allies cleaned it from US-sponsored terror, the infrastructure must be rehabilitated and whatever needs to be rebuilt must be completed at the earliest, Aleppo has managed to complete 1216 projects in this sector.

These projects to rehabilitate and rebuild the infrastructure of Aleppo include and not limited to the drinking water network, sewage system, buildings for public schools, clinics and health centers, and bakeries, the irrigation system, and road light poles which use alternative energy.

Meanwhile, over 3.3 million cubic meters of rubble and 5700 destroyed vehicles have been moved out of the neighborhoods. 47 roundabout, road crossing, and tunnel have been lightened, beautification of the roads and installing 4402 poles for lights in Aleppo city and its countryside.

The bridges of Al-Shaar and Al-Haj have also been rehabilitated, and over 1 million square meters of roads have been paved with asphalt.

248 projects of paving roads and rehabilitating buildings and industrial zones, traffic control systems in Aleppo were completed so far.

This helped more than 15000 industrial and handicraft facility to resume work after years of closure due to the years the area was under terrorist control and the destruction the terrorists left behind them. The government-support of the industrial sector in Aleppo saw the restoration of 7 public industrial facilities. 565 facilities are now in production in Sheikh Najjar Industrial Zone. 112 projects were executed in this zone alone which included rehabilitating and maintenance for the water, electric power, sewage, and roads infrastructure.

A government report by the special ministerial committee assigned to rebuild Aleppo’s infrastructure stated the above and added that it has established a special center to cater for the families of the martyrs killed and those wounded by the terrorist attacks and to deliver special services to help them in their needs.

The committee established a center for local development assigned responsible for arranging finance for small projects in Aleppo’s countryside in coordination with the Syrian Development Trust.

76 public and private bakeries were completed and are in the production phase already, and 48 petrol/gas stations in the province. 130 schools were rehabilitated and reopened in the neighborhoods previously infested by terror inside the city and 340 schools were reopened in the countryside.

The work is continuing, as per the ministerial committee’s report, to complete a 400 KVA electric power supply cable in addition to the 240 KVA which was put in service already.

936 electric power residential and industrial conversion stations were rehabilitated since the city is cleaned from the terrorists.

Rebuilding Aleppo Bazaar
Rebuilding Aleppo Bazaar

This extraordinary work also covered the agricultural sector with rehabilitating 31 agricultural and support centers in the countryside to provide services for the farmers and reconstruct the saplings, distributing winter and summer vegetable seeds to the farmers.

The ministerial committee had allotted 5 billion Syrian Liras for Aleppo city council to set the feasibility studies and execute a number of projects and plans and an additional 1 billion Syrian Liras for the infrastructure projects in the Old Town to sort out and remove the rubble from the old Souqs and the dismantle the cracked walls and rebuild what’s needed to be rebuilt, and also to pave the road from Bab Al-Hadid to Al-Khandaq Avenue.

Syrians are determined to rebuild their country and to defy the draconian sanctions imposed on their country and on them by the evil hypocrite humanitarian criers Western countries.

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