Sinai development projects reviewed in governmental meeting



Wed, 02 Aug 2017 - 02:06 GMT


Wed, 02 Aug 2017 - 02:06 GMT

Sayed Abdel Fattah Salem Harhour- His Official Facebook Page

Sayed Abdel Fattah Salem Harhour- His Official Facebook Page

CAIRO – 2 August 2017: The government reviewed during its weekly meeting the half annual report for Sinai development projects on Wednesday, according to the Chairman of executive body for development of Sinai Shawky Rashwan.

LE 9 billion ($503 million) investments in this sector were made in Sinai, added Rashwan.

The Council of Ministers has agreed on building water networks amounted to LE 700 million in Arish and on solving the problem of electricity cut in Rafah and Sheikh Zuweid, added Rashwan during a press conference at the council of ministers on Wednesday.

All the services and goods are available in Northern Sinai despite of terrorist attacks on Sinai, the Governor of Northern Sinai Harhour expressing his thanks to President Sisi for allocating LE 50 million for the Relief committee.

The Faculties of Medicine and Veterinary will soon be opened in University of Northern Sinai, Harhour adding that 3 central hospitals with a capacity of 84 beds each and medicine stores will be inaugurated.

The president Sisi has issued orders to construct huge station in the west of Arish to secure the needs of citizens with water till 2047, according to Harhour.

Two stations for desalination of sea water will be opened in August to solve the problem of water, highlighted Harhour.

1600 residential units have been constructed in Northern Sinai and 900 residential units are under construction, Harhour referring that 25 developmental gatherings including 19 gatherings in Northern Sinai are found in Sinai Peninsula.

Youth will run the management of developmental actions in Sinai, confirmed Harhor.
The weekly governmental meeting led by the Prime Minister Sherif Ismail was kicked off on Wednesday, August 2, to discuss economic and social issues and different ministerial reports.



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