The Deir Ez-Zor Civil Council Municipality and Service Committee put three water wells into service in the village of El Celamd, located in the east of Deir Ez-Zor, in order to meet the drinking water needs of the people of the region.
The village of El Celamd, located in the east of Deir ez-Zor, is 6 km away from the Euphrates River. The village of El Celamd has about 600 inhabitants, 200 of which are refugees from areas controlled by Damascus government forces.
After the main water supply at the El Werq factory was cut off by Iranian militias and Damascus government forces, the residents of the village of El Celamd experienced great difficulties in obtaining drinking water.
The Deir Ez-Zor Civil Council Municipality and Service Committee put three wells into service to solve the water problem in the village.
Engineer Mihemed El Bekrî, Head of the Scientific Affairs and Service Bureau of the Deir Ez-Zor People’s Municipality, told Hawar News that the three water wells will meet 80% of the drinking water problems of the population.