Subjects – Syria Report



Over a hundred Syrian investors and industrialists attended the ‘First Investment Conference in Northwest Syria’ held at Al-Rai Industrial Zone on January 17 and 18. The conference concluded with more than “20 deals signed to invest” in Syrian Interim Government (SIG) areas, from investment projects for a pharmaceutical plant or plans to buy land in industrial zones.
Turkey’s Council of Higher Education has recently accredited the Free Aleppo University located in A’zaz; with this move Turkey now recognizes the degrees of this university based in northwest Syria.
Last week, security forces of the Autonomous Administration in North and East Syria seized nearly 2.5 million captagon pills in their largest drug bust to date. The bust came a few days after the security forces of the Syrian Salvation Government seized four million captagon pills in Idlib. Both shipments were smuggled from areas controlled by the Turkish-backed Syrian Interim Government.


This report provides a detailed account of Syria's chambers of commerce and industry, tracing their roles, activities, and representatives before and after the conflict. It also sheds light on chambers established by the Syrian Salvation Government and the Syrian Interim Government.