Prime Minister Dr. Wael al-Halqi said that the key element in rebuilding Syria is building the human being on proper and correct basis.
During a meeting with members of the Teachers Syndicate's executive bureau on Monday, al-Halqi said that the government will focus in the upcoming stage on developing human resources to help the rebuilding and development process and participate in the struggle against violence, exclusion and extremism.
Al-Halqi underlined the role of teachers in strengthening the younger generations' ties to the homeland and their sense of responsibility, and in combating alien destructive concepts from seeping into society, in addition to their role in promoting coexistence.
The Prime Minister stressed the need to revise curricula and teaching methods and encourage scientific research and innovation.
He asserted that despite the economic war waged on Syria, the government is working to employ available resource in an optimal manner and improve the living conditions of citizens, noting that work is underway to provide supplies to all areas, particularly Aleppo where conditions are improving after convoys carrying food and medical supplies began arriving there.
Al-Halqi also stressed that the political program for resolving the crisis in Syria is the only way out, lauding the steadfastness and achievements of the Syrian Army in its fight against terrorism.
For their part, members of the executive bureau posed a number of issues related to their work, including health insurance, printing presses, and keeping up with technology, among other issues.