Syria as the theatre of the struggle for a multipolar world order.
The situation in Syria remains tense. The government is forced to cut subsidies on petrol, oil and diesel, the cost of transport and food is skyrocketing, the population is facing new hardships in basic services, and the Syrian pound continues to lose value. Salaries for doctors, teachers, army personnel, state employees and civil servants are being doubled, but people are in shock.
Protests in different parts of the country blame the government for the economic hardship. In Sweida, the capital of the Druze province in the south of the country, the governor admitted at a public rally on Thursday that the economic situation of the population was very serious and that the government was working to find solutions.
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