Housing min. supervises work to remove heavy rain water in New Cairo

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Thu, 12 Mar 2020 - 03:34 GMT

Housing Minister Assem Al-Gazzar in one of the streets in New Cairo in the Egyptian capital, while supervising sanitation work to face the impact of torrential rain that started early on Thursday - Press photo

Housing Minister Assem Al-Gazzar in one of the streets in New Cairo in the Egyptian capital, while supervising sanitation work to face the impact of torrential rain that started early on Thursday - Press photo

CAIRO – 12 March 2020: Cabinet’s media advisor Hany Younes published photos on Facebook showing Housing Minister Assem Al-Gazzar in one of the streets in New Cairo in the Egyptian capital, while supervising sanitation work to face the impact of torrential rain that started early on Thursday.

Gazzar was accompanied by officials of the ministry and New Urban Communities Authority. Workers have been working on discharging rainwater from different roads and areas, as New Cairo has been frequently affected by heavy rains over the past few years.

The Egyptian Public Authority for Drainage Projects on Thursday announced the state of extreme emergency and alert nationwide, due to the unstable weather conditions.

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Giza Governor Ahmed Rashed has also been available in streets of Munsha’at Al-Qanater to supervise efforts made to shrink the impact of the heavy rain.

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