Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Syrians Rebuild a Main Phosphate Factory Destroyed by US -ISIS Terrorists

 Syrian engineers and technicians managed to rebuild one of the main factories in Tadmor (Palmyra) for drying and concentrating phosphate, the plant was destroyed by US-sponsored ISIS terrorists.

Tadmor, aka Palmyra, is one of the few top cultural designated cities by the UNESCO, it's the center of once one of the proud yet short-lived empires in the Levant and more famous for its first Syrian Empress Septimia Zenobia, that was about 2 millenniums before women got the right to vote in the USA.

Phosphate is a main Syrian mineral and contributes a good percentage to the Syrian GDP, that was before the USA decided to export its surplus of democracy to Syria, it didn't see any need for democracy in the USA itself.

ISIS terrorists destroyed the phosphate factory along with most of Tadmor (Palmyra), and everywhere they infested, before them the FSA and al Qaeda targeted Syria's infrastructure.

Syria has signed a special trade agreement with Crimea to export Syrian phosphate to Crimea's main fertilizer factory back in January 2019, now this will be realized.

More in this report: Phosphate Processing Plant in Tadmor Rebuilt and Resumes Production.

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