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HAMA, SYRIA (6:20 P.M.) – After 7 months of forced outage caused by constant shelling by militants, Mhardeh thermal power plant in northern Hama countryside is back in service.

Having finished necessary repair works, engineers were able to boot half of the power plant’s systems and reintegrate the facility back into Syrian Electric Grid. As a result, overall power generated in the grid has been boosted by 110 megawatt.

This, in turn, led to improvement of situation in power engineering sphere of Syrian economy as central regions of the country, including Hama province, are now capable of supplying themselves with electricity on their own.

Also, a lot of electricity issues were solved after Syrian Army had recaptured gas and oil fields in east Homs countryside effectively putting an end to fuel shortage in the region.

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this is good news for Syrian economy

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Good news for the people of Syria. Its all the opposition factions and their foreign sponsors destroying the country’s infrastructure, while the elected government continues to rebuild while fighting off the jihadist scum. God bless the Syrian people, and give strength to the Syrian armed forces.

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These brave repairmen are working pure miracles all the time and all over Syrian infrastructure under the ziofascist economic embargo.