This humanitarian action was launched at a ceremony held at the headquarters of the Institute of Vocational Training for the Physically Handicapped and was attended by the Deputy Foreign Ministers, the Syrian Bashar al-Jaafari and the Indian Ossaf Sayed.
Speaking to the press, the Minister of Social Affairs, Muhammad Seif El-Din, appreciated this purely human initiative that aims to bring back smiles and hope to those affected by the conflict and to empower those maimed during the war in society.
Thanks to the Indian people for their positive steps of support, and we will continue cooperation in all humanitarian and social fields, Seif El-Din said.
In turn, Indian Deputy Foreign Minister Ossaf Sayed said that his country is ready to provide all possible support for the development of skills and human resources of the Syrian youth.
We are glad that our human message is having concrete results in helping the victims, he said.
The first Indian initiative was carried out in 2019 and succeeded in helping 500 mutilated people to have prostheses and providing them with rehabilitation and physiotherapy.