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CAIRO - 20 August 2017: Saudi Bin Laden Group started to pay the outstanding salaries to its staff including Egyptians with a minimum of two to three salaries per employee on Sunday, Manpower Minister Mohamed Saffan said.
Saffan received a report from Labor Representation Office at the Egyptian Embassy in Riyadh in which it is confirmed that work will resume after the annual hajj pilgrimage, and Bin Laden Group will pay outstanding salaries owed to Egyptian staff who were involved in the project beginning on Aug. 20.
Saudi Bin Laden Group will restart work next month on the $26.6 billion expansion of the Grand Mosque in Makkah, nearly two years after work stopped in the wake of a crane collapse at the site that killed 107 people.
The Group restarted work earlier this year on the new King Abdul Aziz Airport in Jeddah.
Earlier, Saffan had issued directives to the Labor consultants at the Egyptian Embassy in Riyadh and the Egyptian consulate in Jeddah, to follow up the financial entitlements of the Egyptian employees of Bin Laden Group.
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