syria 40 million lira in damages to buildings of old city in aleppo from terrorists

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Mohammed Ayman Barber, President of the City Council has announced that the Council was making intensive efforts to secure basic services and facilities for the City under the harsh conditions experienced by the City and its inhabitants, along with providing aid to needy residents, he noted that the Council also works to increase its own resources through the issuance of necessary decisions and amending certain decisions to facilitate vital projects and basic facilities that meet the needs of citizens and contribute to the improvement of services and development.

Mohammed Nway member of the Executive Bureau of the Council during the Council’s regular session today said that the Council is working to provide shelter for the displaced, either in schools or kindergartens, the 140 schools and 50 mosques and 20 housing units on campus and leads the relief works concerning the Council at this stage in cooperation with the official authorities and local partners, as well as among students for continuing education.

Mohamed said a members of the Executive Bureau of the Council has begun the rehabilitation process and cleared neighborhoods as Seif al-Dawla, Salah al-Din and others despite the loss of a number of mechanisms and that trash is removed daily from the towns.
Reports submitted to the Council at its first session stated that the value of the damage to buildings and the headquarters of the Directorate of the Old City is estimated at around 40 million pounds with plans for study restoration, maintenance and rehabilitation, with the reports also showing that the number of industrial licences granted by the Board during the last year final and temporary licenses total 956, and have also taken resolutions amending the urban character of some real estate aimed to upgrade services in the city…JA.


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