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Residents of Syria’s Neighborhood of AlHajar AlAswad to Return to Their Homes

Published : 10-09-2019

Residents of Syria’s Neighborhood of AlHajar AlAswad to Return to Their Homes

Member of Rif Dimashq council Abdul Razaq Damiriya said local authorities have green-lighted the return of the residents of AlHajar AlAswad neighborhood, south of Damascus, to their habitable homes.

Damiriya told government sources in Syria that Syria’s general company for engineering studies and consulting is outlining a roadmap to reconstruct destroyed buildings and premises. The rehabilitation plan is slated to be finalized by the beginning of the new year.

He added that sanitation networks have been completely repaired and that efforts have been underway to repair power, water, and telecommunications networks, 40% of which have reportedly been rehabilitated.

Thousands of Palestinian refugees took shelter in AlHajar AlAswad, which came under heavy shelling since 2013 and a crippling siege after ISIS crept into the area. Offensives launched by the Syrian and Russian forces resulted in heavy material damage and took away the lives of dozens of civilians.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9077

Member of Rif Dimashq council Abdul Razaq Damiriya said local authorities have green-lighted the return of the residents of AlHajar AlAswad neighborhood, south of Damascus, to their habitable homes.

Damiriya told government sources in Syria that Syria’s general company for engineering studies and consulting is outlining a roadmap to reconstruct destroyed buildings and premises. The rehabilitation plan is slated to be finalized by the beginning of the new year.

He added that sanitation networks have been completely repaired and that efforts have been underway to repair power, water, and telecommunications networks, 40% of which have reportedly been rehabilitated.

Thousands of Palestinian refugees took shelter in AlHajar AlAswad, which came under heavy shelling since 2013 and a crippling siege after ISIS crept into the area. Offensives launched by the Syrian and Russian forces resulted in heavy material damage and took away the lives of dozens of civilians.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9077