Egypt's PM: More than 1K projects being implemented in Gharbia's Zefta



Sat, 25 Jun 2022 - 12:23 GMT


Sat, 25 Jun 2022 - 12:23 GMT

Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli

Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli

CAIRO - 25 June 2022: Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli said more than 1,000 projects are being implemented in Gharbia governorate's town of Zefta which houses about 6,000 people.

In a press release by the cabinet information center on Saturday, he asserted that the Decent Life presidential initiative represents a top priority for the state despite of the challenges besetting the world.

He said the Decent Life project - launched by President Abdel Fattah El Sisi - is the venture of the new century forming the basis for the new republic.

He made the remarks on Saturday during a press conference in Gharbia.

He said the Decent Life project aims to serve 60 million people.

He said Nahtai village in Gharbia governorate represents an example for developing Egyptian villages, referring to the projects being implemented in the village.

He noted that he inspected during today's tour in the village a number major projects in various fields. 

Madbouli stressed that work is going on in Egypt’s mega project of Decent Life, which targets developing and upgrading the standards of living of around 60 million people in the rural areas.

President Abdel Fattah El Sisi has instructed not to suspend work on these projects despite the current challenges triggered by the global crisis, Madbouli said during his inspection tour of some Decent Life initiative’s projects in Tanta, along with Supply Minister Ali el Meselhi, Local Development Minister Mahmoud Shaarawi, Housing Minister Asem el Gazzar, and Gharbia governor Tarek Rahmi.

Field inspections and follow-up of these projects are underway, the premier stressed.

The Gharbia governor briefed the prime minister on the latest developments in up to 1000 projects, being implemented in the governorate’s villages and rural areas, aimed at serving more than 500 thousand residents living there.



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