Al-Shaar: Syria keen to meet needs of displaced people in makeshift centers

Damascus, SANA- Interior Minister Mohammad al-Sha’ar, Justice Minister Najm al-Ahmad and Damascus Countryside Governor Ala’a Ibrahim inspected on Sunday the conditions of the displaced persons residing in a makeshift center in Adraa in Damascus Countryside who were displaced due to the brutal crimes committed by the armed terrorist groups in Raqqa, Aleppo, Deir Ezzor and other Syrian provinces.

They inspected the conditions of people in the makeshift center and listened to their needs.
Minister al-Shaar stressed the keenness of the Syrian state to meet their needs and overcome the obstacles they face.

Al-Shaar asked the staff at the makeshift center to meet the needs of the displaced and to work to address their demands in coordination with the parties concerned.

In turn, the displaced people at the makeshift center expressed appreciation for the efforts made by the state to support them.

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