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Syria, UN agencies discuss mechanisms of implementing early recovery projects

Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minister, Bashar al-Jaafari, discussed with heads of offices and missions of the United Nations agencies operating in Syria mechanisms to follow up on the implementation of Security Council resolution 2642 related to the humanitarian situation in Syria and the United Nations plans to implement projects included in the field of early recovery in Syria, especially with regard to the electricity and water sectors.

Al-Jaafari said that Syria would not have been in need for humanitarian aid if the terrorist war was not launched against country, not to mention the illegitimate unilateral coercive measures imposed by some countries on the Syrian people, and the US and Turkish occupations, which posed big challenges, especially on the electricity and water sectors, besides other sectors such as education, health and services.

Al-Jaafari considered that what is going on in Syria is not a humanitarian crisis but a political one as the US occupation is looting the resources of the Syrian people of oil and gas, and the Turkish occupation is violating the bilateral agreements signed between the Syrian and Turkish sides regarding water in the border area.
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