On the occasion of the Martyrs' Day and in appreciation and loyalty to their sacrifices, the Ministry of Electricity today honored a number of families of the martyrs working in the Ministry who rose during their duty.
In a speech during the honoring ceremony, the Minister of Electricity, Eng. Ghassan Al-Zamil, spoke about the importance and greatness of martyrdom in order to keep the country dear and impregnable, noting the great sacrifices made by electricians, which had a great role in preserving the electrical system and they worked despite the difficult circumstances to repair and secure the electric current for homes and sites the work.
The families of the martyrs expressed their pride and pride in the testimony of their children, as the wife of the martyr Ibrahim Al-Khader, who has worked for thirty years in the ministry and the father of nine children, confirmed that she would raise her children on the values of commitment, belonging and love of work and the homeland to be in the footsteps of their father, while the mother of the martyr Ali Qais Pasha indicated that thanks to the blood of the martyrs, she will remain. Syria is steadfast and strong.
The wife of the martyr Muhammad Sayyah Awweesh, who was martyred in Jadidat Artouz, and the wife of the martyr engineer Abdul Qadir al-Zoubi, who was martyred in Moadamiya, they expressed their pride and pride in the testimony of their two husbands who devoted themselves to their work and sacrificed the most valuable possessions they had to restore electricity to their countrymen, confirming that they would instill the values of belonging and love in the souls of their children.
In turn, the father of the martyr Muhammad Yusuf al-Tawil, who was martyred while performing his work in the processing of a transfer center in the town of Jaba'adin Al-Qatifah, expressed his pride in the courage of his son, who was driven by a sense of duty and responsibility to abide by his work to elevate the martyr of duty, expressing his thanks and gratitude for the attention that the state attaches to the families and families of the martyrs.
The brother of the martyr Ahmed Abdel Majid Ismail from the Damascus Countryside Electricity Company indicated that his brother Harasta was martyred while he was working on rehabilitating the electrical network, confirming that his pure blood would remain a beacon for his children, while the family of the martyr Muhammad al-Saeed, who was martyred while doing his work in Qaboun For the homeland.
The sons of the martyrs affirmed that they would complete the march of their fathers, as the sons of the martyr Asim Hammadi expressed their pride in the testimony of their father, stressing that they would continue the march of knowledge and excellence to contribute to the revival of their country.