UAE unveils $66mln infrastucture projects in Sharjah

Projects are being implemented according to the environmentally friendly techniques and sustainable practices

  
Image used for illustrative purpose. Sharjah downtown, with families hanging out along the Khalid Lake corniche's gardens in the afternoon, with the Central Souq and downton's skyscrapers in the background.

Image used for illustrative purpose. Sharjah downtown, with families hanging out along the Khalid Lake corniche's gardens in the afternoon, with the Central Souq and downton's skyscrapers in the background.

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The UAE Ministry of Infrastructure Development has announced the implementation of three projects for the Ministries of Interior and Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in the northern emirate of Sharjah.
 
The projects include the buildings of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in addition to the Deportation Prison, at a cost of AED243 million ($66 million).
 
The Ministry of Infrastructure Development continues to operate without interruption across all locations of government projects, said Munira Abdul Kareem, the Director of the Southern Region at the Ministry of Infrastructure Development.
 
She expressed pride at the successful achievements of constructing these buildings. "These projects are being implemented according to the environmentally friendly techniques and sustainable practices.-TradeArabia News Service

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