Lattakia, SANA – Health Minister Dr. Saad al-Nayef said Kassab healthcare center will be operative again soon after its infrastructure is rebuilt.
After a visit he paid to Kassab city accompanied by the World Health Organisation (WHO) Resident Representative in Damascus Elizabeth Hoff, the minister told journalists that new medical equipment for re-operating the center have arrived from Damascus.
Lattakia governor Ahmad Sheikh Abdul-Kader, for his part, said the services in Kassab are now in good condition and “life is gradually returning to the city.”
Kassab is a scenic Syrian area close to the border with Turkey that was overrun by terrorists backed by the government of the Turkish Prime Minister late last March.
The terrorists had committed atrocities against the predominately Armenian population there before the army restored security and stability to the town earlier this month.