The Al-Zara power plant, in the southern countryside of Hama, went out of service on Thursday, as a result of an attack with shells, by armed groups, according to the Electricity Ministry.

In a statement, the Ministry said that, the attack resulted in the loss of 300 MW, which will reflect negatively on power rationing hours, in the northern, coastal, and central regions.

The maintenance workshops have started the repair works, to return the station into service, as soon as possible, the Ministry added.

A material damage, caused to residential neighbourhoods in Daraa city, due to the shelling attack was also reported.

SANA reporter in Daraa said that, the armed groups, positioned in al-Naziheen Camp and Daraa al-Balad, fired a number of rocket shells, on the neighbourhoods of al-Sahari, al-Kashef and Shamal al-Khat in Daraa city, causing material damage.

In response to the shelling attack, a unit of the Syrian Arab Army, conducted special strikes against the areas, from which the shells were launched, inflicting direct losses upon the armed groups’ ranks

Source: NAM News Network

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The Al-Zara power plant, in the southern countryside of Hama, went out of service on Thursday, as a result of an attack with shells, by armed groups, according to the Electricity Ministry.In a statement, the Ministry said that, the attack resulted in the loss of 300 MW, which...