Prague. Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis announced his country’s willingness to establish an orphanage in Syria in coordination with the Syrian Government.
The orphanage will embrace a kindergarten, a school, a lodging and a stadium and it will accommodate for 150 children.
In a statement, Babis said that children can live in the orphanage for a certain period, and they can return later to their relatives gradually.
He indicated that the Czech Embassy in Damascus will buy a place where a destroyed school was previously built, and it will work on rebuilding it to implement the aforementioned project.
Source: Syrian Arab News Agency