First FVP Checks the workflow of the city of the deceased Abdul Wahab Osman residential

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First FVP Checks the workflow of the city of the deceased Abdul Wahab Osman residential

The FVP of the Republic Prime Minister visit on Tuesday August 7, 2018. the city of the deceased Engineer / Abdul Wahab Mohammed Osman residential area of Karri Hara (76), which includes (3500) housing units, accompanied by the Heads of the Sectors, Minister of the of the Council Ministers, Khartoum State Governor’s, Minister of State of the Council of Ministers Mr. Tarek Tawfik, Secretary General of the National Fund for Housing and Development and a number of Related entities.
The First Vice-President of the Republic held a meeting at Secretariat Council of Ministers of Khartoum State, in which he reviewed the efforts of the Housing Fund in the State of Khartoum to implement a number of housing projects in the state. Meanwhile He FVP reiterated the state's keenness to provide adequate housing for all sectors of society, praising the experience of the housing fund in the state of Khartoum in the field of housing, calling on the rest of the states to benefit from his experience. He also directive the government of Khartoum for well preparing to participate in the Arab conference for real estate development to be held in Khartoum in the coming period.
The governor of Khartoum, the first general staff engineer / Abdul Rahim Mohammed Hussein, stressed the commitment of the state government to proceed with the implementation of various housing projects in the state, adding that the state government has embarked on the preparation of a huge project for housing expatriates. Pointing to the interest of the state government in industrial areas to increase production and productivity.
For his part, the Secretary General of the National Fund for Housing and Reconstruction, Dr. Ghalamuddin Osman, praised the boom created by the state of Khartoum in the field of housing, stressing the interest of the National Fund project housing expatriates and university professors, and attention to productive housing.