Syria’s Cabinet on Tuesday approved a draft project on a national program for post-war Syria.
During its weekly session, headed by Prime Minister Imad Khamis, Cabinet agreed the project will include plans for Syria’s economic and social sectors in an attempt to boost citizens’ wellbeing.
The program will cover the construction of institutions, modernization of infrastructure, as well as plans to achieve a level of sustainable development.
Khamis was also briefed by a committee following a recent trip to eastern Aleppo city to review plans to rehabilitate its industrial districts and return various services to the area, as well as remove debris and clean roads.
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