The Daily Mail's Peter Alan Oborne Visit
The business of Damascus Cham Holding and Marota City project receives extensive attention by international media, specially the achievements done amidst the exceptional circumstances that our beloved country has been through. In order to get details of Marota project, international reporter Peter Alan Oborne visited Damascus Cham Holding. He held a press interview with the CEO of Damascus Cham Holding Mr. Nasouh Al-Nabulsi having a series of inquiries about the Marota project, its importance, the vital location of the project, investment prospects for the region, and compensation of land owners. The organizational chart of the area was also reviewed before and after the organization, workflow and engineering designs of the buildings in Marota, in addition to the plan of the new regulated area Pascilia City. In the light of the press research, Mr. Peter met with a group of owners in the regulated area and held a press interview with them on a variety of issues related to the compensation received, including shares, rent and alternative housing to be implemented. At the end, Mr. Peter expressed his admiration for the work achieved in the project in spite of the difficult circumstances and great challenges. He praised the fair way adopted in compensating residents and the beauty of the engineering designs that will be implemented in Marota where he stressed that these new buildings will increase the beauty and brilliance of Damascus and lift it up to the rank of international capitals. Mr. Peter works as a journalist for the British newspaper The Daily Mail.