Damascus--A government delegation, chaired by Prime Minister Imad Khamis, inspected al-Fayhaa Residential Project in al-Baja'a area in Damascus Countryside.
During the visit, the delegation was briefed by the project managers on the work steps and the timetable for the completion of the project.
Speaking to reporters, Khamis said that the launching of this project, which includes 11 thousand housing units at a cost of up to SYP 160 billion, is an important achievement that reflects the strength of the state and people in Syria despite the circumstances of the terrorist war.
He added that the government is going ahead in carrying out the housing projects in various provinces and that the housing sector is receiving great attention from the government.
Khamis pointed out that the project was distributed between the General Establishment for Housing and the private sector for the submission of the public subscription and allocating 50% of the project to the martyrs' families.
The delegation also inspected the ongoing works on the 15 and 16 islands of Youth Housing Project in Qudsaya Suburb in Damascus Countryside which includes 1600 apartments and will be completed in two years.
Public Works and Housing Minister Hussein Arnous told reporters that work is underway in the Youth Housing Project to accomplish 1600 apartments according to specific schedule, adding that after the completion of this project work will start to complete the last part of the Youth Housing Project at al-Dimas city.
Source: Syrian Arab News Agency