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Cabinet meeting on Tuesday (SANA)
Cabinet meeting on Tuesday (SANA)

Syrian Ministerial Committee to Follow up on Displaced Families

(Dp-news - Sana)

DAMASCUS- Premier Dr. Wael al-Halqi, chaired a session for Syrian Cabinet on Tuesday which discussed a number of services and economic issues of interest to citizens in light of the current circumstances.



Premier al-Hamqi stressed the need to stay in touch with citizens through the media, direct meetings, and field tours and to handle their complaints and demands according to available resources, all while explaining to citizens the difficulties hindering the work of the ministries and affiliated bodies.



He also called for resolving the situation of families displaced due to the crimes of terrorist groups and providing support from all ministries to help the State Ministry for National Reconciliation Affairs carry out its duties.



Al-Halqi called for resolving administrative entanglements among some ministries and monitoring administrative spending.



For his part, Deputy Prime Minister for Services Affairs and Minister of Local Administration Omar Ghalawanji and Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Internal Trade and Consumer Protection Minister Dr. Qadri Jamil briefed the Cabinet on the state of services and economy.



Ghalawanji also reviewed the state of displaced families and the government's efforts to provide them with shelter, services and aid,



The Cabinet decided to form a ministerial committee to follow up on displaced families on the ground, calling on displaced families to return to their homes in the areas that have been cleared of terrorists and have become stable and secure, affirming the government's readiness to provide the necessary services and needs of these areas.



The Cabinet called on the Petroleum Ministry to double the number of fuel transport tankers to meet citizens' needs across Syria, in addition to calling on the Health Ministry to provide milk for children in Hasaka Province.



The Cabinet also called on the Electricity and Communications and Technology Ministries to submit their needs and work requirements for approval, and instructed the Education Ministry to finish preparation for the upcoming school term on schedule.



Afterwards, the Cabinet passed a bill on the new state council law, terminating law no. 55 for 1959 and its amendments, in addition to approving the licensing of a number of newspapers and magazines.
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