The Interior and Electricity Ministers, Major General Mohammed Khaled al-Rahmun and Engineer Muhammad Zuhair Kharbutli, inspected the work of rehabilitating the two electrical substations of the two villages, Qusayr and Qusayr, that were damaged by terrorist attacks and work in the police units in the two cities that are witnessing a return to the people after their liberation from terrorism by the Syrian Arab army.
In a statement to reporters, the Minister of Electricity pointed out that the rehabilitation works for the two villages were carried out in parallel with the rehabilitation of the electrical system inside the city at a cost of 2,870 billion Syrian pounds.
Kharboutli said that the rehabilitation works of the Qusayr substation included maintenance of low and medium tension networks and transfer centers, bringing the total value of the rehabilitation of this system to one billion liras.
While inspecting the progress of work in the police units in Sadad, Al-Qaryatayn, Eastern Al-Dimina, the Highway Center in Al-Furqlus and the Civil Registry Secretariat in Al-Qusair, the Minister of the Interior affirmed in a similar statement the necessity of simplifying procedures, good reception of citizens, providing the best services and addressing difficulties that impede the workflow.
Engineer Musleh Al-Hassan, Homs Electricity Director, stated that the villages' transfer station was completely destroyed by terrorist groups and their rehabilitation is followed up with national cadres and expertise and they were able to 20 megawatts and they are fed from the tension line 66 Hasya / Al-Qaryatain and preparations are currently under way to rehabilitate an insulting and widow line, indicating that it is currently securing Electricity to about 3,000 subscribers in the villages and villages nearby.
Al-Hassan pointed out that the Al-Qusair transformer station operates with a capacity of 30 megawatts with seven outlets of medium tension and the rehabilitation of citizens' areas in 40 kilometers of medium tension networks, 50 conversion centers and 100 kilometers of low tension networks.
Rami Kasuha, the civil registry secretary in Al-Qusir, indicated in a statement to Sana’s correspondent that the secretariat serves the city of Qusayr and its 52 villages in addition to providing family data and computer extracts and downloading facts for the displaced people in the neighboring villages, pointing out that the secretariat provides services on a daily basis to about 400 people where the number of transactions exceeded Which has been accomplished since its opening 4000 events.
The two ministers were accompanied on the tour by the governor of Homs, Talal Al-Barazi, and the provincial police chief, Major General Abdel Hakim Warda.