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Wheat and flour stocks in Damascus Mills are “okay”

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The director of the Syrian Grain Corporation branch in Damascus, Engineer Musab Al Sarout, said that the corporation’s stockpile of flour has reached 4000 tons, stressing that this number is consumed annually and restocked from the new crop for fear of being infected with insects due to poor storage.
In a special statement to “Hashtag”, Sarout reassured by saying that the stock of wheat and flour is fine, pointing out that the Syrian workers for grain and mills are doing hard work such as the “beehive” in order to secure flour on an ongoing basis.
Al-Sarout pointed out that the grinding capacity in Damascus has increased by 100 percent, pointing out that grinding has become daytime, in order to ensure that the flour reaches all the bakeries during the day.
Damascus flour is distributed to each of the bakeries of Damascus and its countryside, Quneitra, Sweida and part of the countryside of Daraa, at a rate of 1600 to 1700 tons on a daily basis.
Al-Sarout indicated that the Corporation is working to give the branch’s workers incentives according to the available capabilities, stressing that the workers have received two bonuses during the past two months, in addition to the branch’s intention to distribute financial compensation to all 1200 workers in the branch during the next two days.
Special information reached “hashtag” that the daily production of the Kiswa mill reached 400 tons, Al-Ghazlaniya to 350 tons, Tishreen to 250 tons, and the Golan, which was on its way to final closure due to its deliberate destruction, and within ten days it returned to produce 220 tons per day.
According to the information, too, the warehouses of Damascus mills were filled with stocks ranging from three to four thousand tons of flour, and the bakeries of the public sector were self-sufficient in Damascus, Damascus countryside, Quneitra and Sweida, and the contaminated and mined flour from the private sector and corruption deals were gone forever.
After the improvement of production at the general mills in the Damascus branch sector, 100 tons per day were provided from the distributed quantities, which were used as thefts and sold in the open market for the benefit of some traders.
With a simple calculation, the size of these thefts is shown, as providing a quantity of 100 tons per day equals its sale price to government bakeries 7 million SP, while its price in the open market is 150 million SP, which means theft of 4 billion SP per month.
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