Today, the Prime Minister, Engineer Hussein Arnous, put into service a number of important vital projects in Aleppo governorate, which included the project to irrigate the town of Khanaser and the surrounding villages, the first phase of the project to irrigate the villages of Jab Ghubsha al-Sin, and the opening of the Salah al-Din health center.
The irrigation project for the town of Khanaser and its surroundings, which has a total cost of 8 billion Syrian pounds, aims to secure a stable and safe water source for the town of Khanaser by drawing the Euphrates water to it. 1.1 km, the payment line with a diameter of 225 mm and a length of 13 km, and a high tank with a capacity of 150 / m3, in addition to an internal network of polyethylene within the town of Khanaser, with a length of 14 km and different diameters.
As for the Jeb Ghobsha Al-Seine project in the eastern countryside, which costs the first part of the first phase 5.2 billion pounds, it aims to secure a stable and safe water source by drawing water from the fourth draft channel to deliver drinking water to 50 villages through two phases, the first 26 villages and the second 24 villages.
The first part consists of a pumping hall with a capacity of 330 m3/h, a high reservoir with a capacity of 600/m3, and an internal network in the villages of (Tal Maksour, al-Seen, Tanuzah al-Afsh and al-Mushrifah) with a length of 15 km and different diameters.
As for the Salah Al-Din Health Center, which was completely destroyed as a result of the terrorist acts, it was reconstructed with a new vision commensurate with the popular Salah Al-Din neighborhood and its population of 500 thousand people. With the latest medical supplies and compatible with primary health care programs in full, the center includes specialized clinics with an electronic floor system and a special division for leishmaniasis with all its accessories such as laboratories, clinics, equipment, a pharmacy, and a lecture hall for health education. The center is considered one of 80 health sites in the governorate, which have been restored to service since the liberation of Aleppo.
In a statement to reporters, the Prime Minister explained the importance of putting these vital projects into service, in conjunction with the sixth anniversary of the victory of Aleppo, and according to the directives of President Bashar al-Assad after his recent visit, noting that the two projects to irrigate the town of Khanaser and Jubshah al-Sin are important and vital for the people of the two regions.
He pointed out that the health center in the Salah al-Din neighborhood was previously exposed to terrorism and vandalism, and it was opened today after it was reconstructed according to an advanced vision with international standards through modern medical and health equipment and departments specialized in leishmaniasis, reproductive health and health care, pointing to the importance of the center in view of the free medical services that are provided. present in it.
He added, "Aleppo governorate is at the center of the government's concerns, as many vital and developmental projects continue to be put into service despite all the economic pressures and the blockade."
For his part, the Minister of Water Resources, Dr. Tammam Raad, stated that the visit of the government delegation aims to set up several projects that contribute to improving the service and development realities in the governorate, pointing out that these projects were implemented according to the directives of President al-Assad to serve the people of Aleppo.
The Minister of Health, Dr. Hassan Al-Ghobash, explained that the health center is a qualitative center through its services, and it consists of 28 clinics for leishmaniasis, radiography, modern echocardiography, EKG, and mammography. Pointing to the Ministry's integrated plan to rehabilitate more health centers that were destroyed as a result of terrorism.
For his part, the Governor of Aleppo, Hussein Diab, indicated that these vital projects and others come in the context of the government's continuous interest in advancing the service situation in the governorate and bringing it back to life and production, pointing out that putting these new projects into service coincides with the anniversary of the victory of Aleppo and contributes to the return of citizens and securing the necessary services for them. .
Ahmed Mansour, the provincial police commander, Major General Deeb Merhi Deeb, the heads of the provincial and city councils, a number of members of the executive office, and directors of water, health and water projects participated in putting the projects into service.
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