With the aim of introducing students to the traffic law to achieve traffic safety, the traffic park was inaugurated today at Al-Maliha Rural School for Boys in Damascus Countryside Governorate, in cooperation between the Vanguards of the Baath Organization and the Ministries of Interior and Education.
The park included many traffic signs and models of the most important landmarks of the town and the main roads in it, enabling students to simulate reality through practical training and educational lectures they received on culture and traffic awareness.
A member of the leadership of the Baath Vanguards Organization, Yasser Saqer, stated that the traffic park aims to introduce students to the traffic law and to consolidate the principle of traffic safety in their minds, explaining that the experiment started from the Damascus countryside governorate and work is being done to circulate it to the rest of the governorates in cooperation with the Ministries of Education, Interior and Civil Society.
In turn, the director of Al-Malihah Rural School for Boys, Samaher Daghmoush, explained that the preparation for the completion of the park took 20 days, during which the pupils, under the supervision of teachers, worked on the manufacture and drawing of traffic signs and models and models of the landmarks of Al-Malihah town, such as schools and government centers. From the trees with the names of the martyrs of the Syrian Arab Army.
For his part, Brigadier General Abdel-Gawad Awad, head of the Damascus Countryside Traffic Branch, stressed the importance of these activities in creating a traffic-conscious generation and introducing them to traffic signs and the importance of adhering to traffic rules, indicating that there is permanent cooperation between the Ministries of Interior and Education to educate generations and introduce them to the traffic law and raise the level of awareness and traffic culture.