What are the Syrian government’s priorities for 2022?

11:10 AM

Wednesday 05 January 2022


The Syrian Council of Ministers has set the ministries’ work priorities for 2022 by focusing on improving the reality of the energy sector, introducing new electricity generation projects into service, and continuing to secure oil derivatives.

The priorities, set by the Council in its weekly session yesterday, headed by Hussein Arnous, also included the completion of the investment map, the strengthening of investment work, the investment of national capital in production, and the strengthening of partnership with the private sector to rehabilitate destroyed companies and increase the production capacity of factories.

The priorities set by the council also included the completion of the national housing and housing map, the increase in agricultural and industrial production, the continuation of the digital transformation project for government services, the introduction of the third operator for cellular services, the completion of organizational plans for a number of regions, the preparation of a national strategy for medium and small projects, the development of university admission mechanisms, and the completion of the Barada River depollution project.

The main addresses that will be implemented included providing everything necessary to revitalize agricultural and industrial production, increase the production capacity of mills, tighten market control, establish a billing system for actual use, and continue to implement the national project for administrative reform.

Strengthening the air transport fleet and completing the electronic passport project were among the priorities determined by the Council as well, in addition to securing pharmaceutical and health needs, increasing interest in vocational technical education, developing the work of agricultural plant and animal production facilities, increasing consular services for Syrian citizens in the expatriate and automating the work of the institutions of the Ministry of Internal Trade and Protection consumer.

Arnous stressed the importance of setting specific goals and the executive program to achieve them according to quantitative tracking indicators, which would positively reflect on the service and production reality and serve the citizens and improve their living conditions, stressing the need to make exceptional efforts and overcome any obstacles to revitalizing medium, small and micro enterprises, microfinance institutions and guaranteeing loan risks. It tracks projects under implementation from the public and private sectors and puts them into service according to the specified time schedules.


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