Subjects – Syria Report



To further cement its governance, the Syrian Salvation Government, the political arm of the Islamist Hayat Tahrir Al-Sham, has begun issuing compulsory identification cards for residents in areas under its control. The cards are required to receive essential services and to conduct any transaction.  
Turkey recently sent a delegation of Syrian and Arab businessmen and experts to North Syria to visit several development projects, explore potential investment opportunities, and attend a conference organised by the Turkish-backed Syrian Interim Government. Meanwhile, local media has shed light on several large-scale real estate projects recently inaugurated in Idlib in areas under the control of the Syrian Salvation Government, the political arm of Hayat Tahrir Al-Sham. 
Wheat and barley production has declined significantly across all of Syria for the second year in a row due to climate change, low water levels in the Euphrates River, and production input shortages, according to official data. This season's wheat production is 75 percent lower than pre-crisis volumes.


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.
This report provides an overview of Syria’s universities from the early 2000s until today, with a particular focus on how the higher education sector has been impacted by the 2011 conflict.


The University of Idlib is the first university established by the Syrian Salvation Government (SSG), the political body of Hayat Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS).
Green Company is an electricity company operating in Idlib since May 2021.