The directors of government departments and institutions, in a meeting that included a number of residents of Tafas town in Daraa countryside, discussed the service reality in the town and ways to improve it after the return of security and stability and the settlement of the situation of the militants, wanted persons and deserters.
The interventions indicated the need to maintain and rehabilitate the water and electricity sectors and schools, to secure the requirements of the educational process, and to supply Tafas National Hospital with cadres to play its role in providing health services around the clock.
He called on the notables of Tafas to re-pave the Tafas-Yadouda road, to secure the diesel allocated for agriculture in sufficient quantities, and to allocate quantities for the benefit of transportation, which would reflect positively on the prices of vegetables, especially that Tafas is one of the agricultural cities.
After a tour of some schools, Tafas Hospital and Souq al-Hal, Daraa Governor Marwan Sharbak said, “As of tomorrow, the maintenance of some schools will be started, and the educational process requirements will be secured,” pointing to the work to secure resident doctors and cadres for Tafas Hospital with the required speed so that the hospital can return to exercise its role in Citizen service.
As for farmers and vegetable carriers, Sharbak confirmed that, starting tomorrow, they will be allocated quantities of mazut in one of Tafas fuel stations, in order to reduce production costs as much as possible and to have a positive impact on prices.
Sharbak explained that the Technical Services Directorate, in cooperation with the Tafas City Council, started the work of isolating and cleaning roads and squares, and transporting garbage to the places designated for it, in order to improve the service reality, especially hygiene.
In implementation of the settlement agreement proposed by the state to restore security and stability, last Saturday, the situation of wanted and armed men was settled in the town of Tafas. Similar settlement operations were preceded by similar settlement operations in Daraa al-Balad, al-Yadouda village and the town of Muzayrib, while thousands of people returned to their homes in Daraa al-Balad neighborhood after the deployment of Syrian Arab Army posts. inside it.