Hama Second Water Project - Great River

Syria Resumes its Great River Project in Hama

December 13, 2018 Arabi Souri 1

Great River – Hama Second Water Project, the cost, length, facilities included and above all the 2.5 million people benefitting from it.

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Syrian Public Housing Company Delivers 6133 Units in Four Provinces

November 29, 2018 Arabi Souri 1

Syrian General Company for Housing (http://escan.gov.sy/) delivered 6133 apartments to registered beneficiaries in the provinces of Damascus Countryside, Aleppo, Lattakia and Homs. Housing project for youth in Damascus Countryside approved 1069 apartments for the registered beneficiaries in the Qudsaiya Suburb Expansion district, and 2000 apartments for the housing project for [Continue reading…]

Russian Medical Team Visiting the City of Talbisseh - Homs Countryside

Russian Medical Team Provides Healthcare Services in Homs Countryside

November 25, 2018 Arabi Souri 0

Patients in the city of Talbiseh received a much needed special health care treatment from a visiting Russian medical team to their city day before yesterday. The visiting healthcare team provided its services to hundreds of the residents of the city of Talbiseh, Homs northern countryside, during its 5 hours [Continue reading…]

homs - hama highway

Homs – Hama Highway Repairs After Terrorists Evicted

May 29, 2018 Arabi Souri 2

Just days after cleaning the countrysides of Homs and Hama, central of Syria, from NATO-sponsored terrorists, the city councils of the two provinces are working hard to repair the infrastructure destroyed by the ‘moderate rebels’. One of the main tasks is to reopen the vital Homs – Hama highway connecting [Continue reading…]

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Homs Sends Humanitarian Aid to East Ghouta

April 25, 2018 Arabi Souri 1

As you’ll see the Syrian people are helping each other inside Syria without any proper support from the ‘international community’ which only dedicates its whatever support to displaced Syrians outside their country to discourage them from returning back home and use them as a bargaining card against their own state. [Continue reading…]