El-Sisi Urges Completion and Functionality of Projects by July’s End – Youm7

Muhammad Al-Gali wrote

Friday, March 24, 2023 06:43 PM

Today, Friday, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi conducted an inspection tour, during which he followed up the construction work to develop a number of roads and axes in Greater Cairo, including the construction work of the Chancellor Abdel Majeed Mahmoud axis, with a length of about 7 km, which is one of the most important main axes being established in Greater Cairo and transmits movement between the axis. The martyr, all the way to the Mokattam house, and from there to Salah Salem, and he, along with the interlocutors of Yasser Rizk, Samira Musa, and Al-Hadarat, will move the movement from the Corniche area to Mokattam.

During the tour, President El-Sisi listened to an explanation from the engineer supervising the site, who confirmed that the axis will lead after its completion to relieve pressure on Street 9 in Mokattam, and on the Yasser Rizk axis, which has been fully constructed, indicating that the new axis has been excavated and backfilled. It reached 5 million cubic meters, and he said that the area that the president inspected during his tour is a creek area, and it is one of the areas in which the executing authorities faced great challenges, as the height of backfilling reached 50 meters, and it was suffering from leaks resulting from a poor drainage network. healthy.

President El-Sisi directed to take advantage of that water and level the sides of the road, taking into account the construction of a corniche and a walkway for citizens in the area.

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The president was also briefed on the executive position of the markets that are being established in the region, and requested that they be completed and operational before the end of next July.

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