Saudi Arabia announces $3.4bn infrastructure projects

Saudi Arabia has announced several infrastructure and development projects worth more than SR12.6 billion ($3.4 billion) in the Tabuk region, reported Arab News, citing a senior official. 


These include initiatives related to housing, transportation, environment and agriculture, stated Tabuk Governor Prince Fahd bin Sultan, chairman of the region’s Tourism Development Council.


The governor pointed out that citizens have witnessed a qualitative change in the kingdom in recent years, and praised the leadership of King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for achieving this.


"Those outside the country can see the shift that has taken place in Saudi Arabia. In particular is the enhanced and more effective role of women in the efforts to build the nation," he added.


Prince Fahd was later briefed on the ongoing development and service projects in the city.




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