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Al-Salhiyya Land Corridor linking liberated areas in Der Ezzor northern countryside reopened

Der Ezzor, SANA- After a suspension lasted for about one year, al-Salhiyya Land Corridor that links between the liberated areas and other ones in Der Ezzor northern countryside and contributes to connecting the two banks of Euphrates, was reopened to facilitate the locals’ passage.alt

A number of locals there confirmed that reopening the corridor alleviates lots of burdens in terms of saving time, distance, costs and the moving’s’ dangers through the river’s corridors.

Salem al-saleh said that reopening the corridor will ease his sons’ arrival to university as it was taking more than three hours but now it takes only half an hour to reach there.alt

In turn Abdul Azeez al-Thiab pointed out that reopening al-Salhya corridor serves all the sons of Der Ezzor northern countryside regarding accomplishing all their transactions in the governmental institutions, receiving the health services at hospitals, or even travelling to other provinces.

Headman of Hatla village located in liberated Der Ezzor countryside, Fadhel al-Dhaher, said that reopening the corridor will contribute to facilitating the return of families to their houses and villages in the province’s northern countryside.

Der Ezzor Governorate took all procedures to facilitate the locals’ passage and put a medical point beside the corridor.alt

Director of the health area in al-Husseinyya, Amar al-Shaikh, said that with reopening the corridor, a medical point was activated there through a complete medical staff provided with an ambulance that receive the families coming from the liberated northern countryside and offer the necessary medical services, especially regarding to containing coronavirus and the communicable diseases.

Baraa Ali /Mazen Eyon

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