World Bulletin/News Desk
Prime Minister of the Syrian Interim Government, Gassan Hitto on Thursday said that the new ministries to be established will not be placed in a single location but will be distributed in regions which are under the control of the Syrian opposition.
In a written statement released on Thursday, the Syrian National Coalition for Opposition and Revolutionary Forces said that Hitto came together with Syrians living in Doha and that the area controlled by the Syrian opposition reached 100,000 square kilometers.
Hitto underlined that the ministries would be distributed based on the features of regions, the Syrian National Coalition said.
A senior official with the Syrian National Coalition had earlier said that the number of ministries in the interim government would not be more than 12.
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