In a small initiative to try and spread awareness on the importance of getting a vaccination done against the novel coronavirus, a Syrian chef does something absolutely unique.
Public and private institutions, civil society and international networks in the 12-nation West Asia are playing a major role in reducing food waste.
Al Sous, who left Syria about 9 years ago, specifically in 2012, shared a room with her 5-member family in her brother-in-law’s house and received aid from charitable organizations. Failing to get a job with her certificate prompted her to work with her cheese-making expertise.
It is not the first world record set by the restaurant, which is also home to the most expensive burger, sold at $295 (£213) apiece and the priciest ice cream sundae, which sells for $1000 (£721).
It is also known as the “feast of sacrifice,” and is sometimes called Salty Eid, because of the variety of foods eaten during the festival.
According to the Media Centre of the Ministry of Higher Education, the robot provided drinks to those who frequented cafes, where the drinks were placed on a table and the robot was directed to take and serve them.
According to the ministry, prior to the current shipment, a sample consignment was sent in June 2021 from Srinagar to Dubai by air, which was transshipped from Mumbai.