Damascus, SANA – Prime Minister Wael al-Halqi said the government is keen to uproot all forms of corruption in the state’s institutions, organizations and vocational unions through further enhancing the role of supervision and control.

All decisions of the Central Commission for Control and Inspection will be put into effect without delay or procrastination as everyone will be held to account, said al-Halqi during his meeting Saturday with Mohammad al-Safadi who is in charge of undertaking the tasks of the Commission’s assistant chairman.

He demanded that all files of corruptors be opened without favoritism or personal considerations as no corruptors are immune whatsoever. The Premier also emphasized the necessity of preemptive supervision and early detection of any potential corruption cases to preclude future incidents, pointing out that the government seeks to ensure all the requirements of the Commission to help it perform more effectively.

Meanwhile, Premier al-Halqi underlined the role of Syrian expats in building bridges between their countries of residence and homeland, and cementing social, political and economic ties.

During his meeting with a popular delegation from the Syrian community in Kuwait, al-Halqi hailed the role of the Syrians abroad in divulging the nature of the terrorist war against Syria, hailing their competence that qualified them for leadership positions.

He urged Syrian expats to invest capital in service and development projects inside Syria to help in the rebuilding process.

For their part, head of the delegation Wael al-Nasser and members of the delegation pledged allegiance to their home country against terrorism.

H. Zain/ H. Said

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