Russian servicemen help to repair schools and clean debris in Damascus area, the Reconciliation Center’s Damascus Department head Vladimir Zalozny said to journalists on July 7, TASS reports.
According to Zalozny, construction materials and electric cables are being delivered to schools damaged in the military action. He said that doors, school desks and the electric power have to be repaired by the new school year. The preparation of schools for the school year is already completed in Yalda locality of Rif Dimashq Governorate, in the Babilla locality of the same province, the preparations are in progress.
Similar effort is underway in other regions near the capital. Beit Sakhm village’s inhabitants use materials brought by the Russian military to repair a school and the infrastructure. The head of Beit Sakhm’s administration Samer Shabani said that the electricity supply is the key issue to return cities to life, ‘The most important thing for us today is the issue of electric power shortage. Based on the experience of peaceful life restoration in other cities, I can tell that bringing the electricity back bumps economy up by 80% right away’. He also noted that the Russians helped first to drive the terrorists away and then to bring the restore peaceful life in the region.
Another school is being repaired in Yarmouk, previously known as a Palestinian refugee camp.
The Center for the Reconciliation of Opposing Sides in the Syrian Arab Republic was created in February 2016 as an effort for political settlement and reconciliation of the opposing parties of the Syrian conflict. Also, the center provides humanitarian aid to regions severed by the military conflict, repairs medical facilities, schools, kindergartens, water and electric supply facilities.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency