Delegation of North and East Syria and International Coalition officials reopen Abu Hamam Hospital in Dayro Zcuro

DAYRO ZCURO, Syria — In the presence of U.S. Deputy Special Envoy to Syria David Brownstein and a number of U.S. military officials, and the Co-Chairs of the Dayro Zcuro (Deir ez-Zor) Civil Council, the Abu Hamam Hospital east of the city of Dayro Zcuro was re-opened.

During the inauguration, the medical staff presented the current needs of the hospital. Then, a group of children from the region presented a theatrical performance.

Brownstein delivered a speech stating that, “I am glad to be with you. We will work together to restore security and stability to Deir ez-Zor).”

“A thousand miles starts with a step, and this is my first step,” he continued. “In the next steps, the hospital will be supported with complete equipment and furniture.”

In October 2020, the Democratic Autonomous Administration (DAA) of North and East Syria, with a delegation from the U.S.-led International Coalition, initiated a project to rehabilitate Abu Hamam Hospital with the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).