Meeting deputy chairman of
He said that terrorists resorted to vandalize Syria’s culture and heritage in service of foreign plots, and that the government is committed to repairing what terrorists destroy and helping anyone who wants to take part in this process, calling on expatriates to help renovate the town of Maaloula in particular.
Yazigi lauded the efforts exerted by the Society in documenting the damage caused to Maaloula and its heritage sites.
In turn, Nasrallah reviewed the Society’s activities abroad, affirming its readiness to participate in the reconstruction process.
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