المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

In the presence of deputy of the Wali of Hatay | Pharmaceutical plant opened in rural Afrin

SOHR sources have reported that a pharmaceutical plant was opened today in Sharran district in rural Afrin, in the presence of the deputy of the Wali of Hatay, officials of the Turkish-backed “Local Council of Afrin” and representatives of Turkish-funded civil organizations. According to the head of the Health Directorate of Afrin, the plant is under direct oversight and supervision of the Health Directorate of Afrin, and it was established by local experts under the needed technical and health standards. The plant is also provided with modern technology and the most advanced production lines and it will participate in providing medicines in local market at affordable prices, as the head of the Health Directorate of Afrin has claimed.

 

On March 26, reliable sources in Afrin canton, which is under the control of Turkish forces and their proxy factions in the north-western countryside of Aleppo, informed SOHR that the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces was exerting diligent efforts, at Turkish government’s orders, in order to get European support for establishing commercial and architectural projects in Afrin, after most of the canton’s residents had been forced to displace, as the Syrian National Coalition aimed to bring back the Syrian refugee, who had fled military operations in several Syrian provinces to Turkey, to Afrin as a part of Turkeys’ demographic change scheme.

 

According to SOHR sources, the Syrian National Coalition’s attempts to get European support failed.

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