Prime Minister, Eng. Hussein Arnous has underlined the importance of full coordination and intensifying joint efforts between the executive and legislative authorities to follow up the implementation of the service and developmental projects and to cooperate in overcoming the obstacles facing them and finding suitable solutions to them in a way that would achieve the public interest and contribute to facing the economic siege imposed on Syria.
Arnous’s remarks came during a meeting held on Thursday with MPs representing Suweida Province.
The premier said that the government’s efforts focus on implementing the plans and programs mentioned in the ministerial statement and continuing to carry out the projects which would contribute to improving the living and service conditions of the citizens and alleviating the burdens of the current conditions which have resulted from the unjust siege imposed on the Syrian people.
He added that the required amounts of flour have been ensured so as to meet the needs of citizens, and work is underway to secure the local need for oil derivatives.
Arnous asserted that the government is ready to provide facilitation for investors and to attract expatriate investors with the aim of restoring the economic activity and bettering the situations in Suweida Province in different domains.
The MPs’ interventions focused on continuing the work at the Tamiko project in the industrial zone in Umm al-Zeitoun, accelerating the implementation of the railway linking Damascus and Suweida, and resuming the work on the completion of the al-Mushannaf power transmission station.
The discussions also tackled means of securing more engineering machinery for the reclamation of arable lands and creating a laboratory for chemical analysis to examine fruit samples, especially apples as well as the establishment of a factory for dairy and cheese.
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