Marib governor launches the general plan of city modernization

Marib governor launches the general plan of city modernization

The governor of Marib province, Major General Sultan Al-Ardah, Thursday launched the provincial capital modernization master plan, which coincides with the celebrations of the 51st anniversary of the departure of the last soldier of the British colonizer from the south.

The planned area of the city includes 20,000 and 750,000 hectares, with 110 residential units in 33 districts in eight main sectors.

The governor expressed his thanks to the Prime Minister, Dr. Maeen Abdul Malik, who presided over the preparation and supervision of this plan when he was deputy Minister of Works and then Minister of Works until it was technically accomplished.

Al-Aradah said the plan will enable the establishment of a modern city for the provincial capital, enabling local authorities to deliver services to all citizens, as well as eliminating random construction, attracting investors and reviving the development and construction movement in parallel and just.

The Governor stressed the Office of Public Works and the land authority in the supervision and strict application of this plan and prevent any attack on it, and to control the irregularities and refer them to the prosecution, strictly and strictly, as any sabotage of the plan is an attack on the development in the province.

The launch of the project was attended by the chief prosecutor of the province, Judge Arif al-Mukhlafi, head of the technical office, Dr. Ali al-Jabal, director general of the Public Works and Roads office, Eng. Abdul Wadood al-Mathhadgi and a representative of the local authority in the City Directorate Nasser Mothanna


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