Sunday 14 November 2021
Books – Muhammad Abul-Majd:
Engineer Amon Mortada, head of the Northwest Coast Reconstruction Authority, said that there is a huge group of Bedouin communities in Matrouh, which did not have any connection road, saying: “They were walking on pestles and it was very difficult to connect them to civilized places and transfer them to hospitals. or transporting their products, whether agricultural or animal.
And Mortada added, in a telephone interview to the “Good Morning Egypt” program on “Egypt Al-Oula” channel today, Sunday: “We worked 10 road projects in two fiscal years, including 3 projects in East Matrouh, 6 projects in West Matrouh and a project in Siwa.” These projects were implemented over a total length of 142 square kilometers at a cost of 664 million pounds.
He continued, that 80% of the projects have been completed, and the procedures for the last 10 roads are being completed. He continued, “We have not forgotten the Siwa Oasis of projects,” explaining that the concrete that will be used to complete road projects is capable of bearing all types of loads.
And he added, the head of the Northwest Coast Reconstruction Authority, that 219 Bedouin communities have been linked so far, instead of those communities becoming expelling the population, in addition to raising the education rate in those communities and the ease of access to post offices, and thus helping their growth, stressing that the total remaining roads Of the projects, only 80 kilometers, he continued: “We will build a new Bedouin village in which we will build 24 houses, and it will be characterized by Bedouin colors, and it is a new idea that is fully supported by the state.”
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