Dr. Assem Al-Jazzar, Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, held a meeting with Major General Muhammad Al-Zamlot, Governor of the New Valley, in the presence of Dr. Abdel-Khaliq Ibrahim, Assistant Minister of Housing for Technical Affairs, to follow up the position of the various projects being implemented in the governorate.
Dr. Assem Al-Jazzar confirmed that the Ministry of Housing provides all forms of support, and attaches great importance to the implementation of various development and service projects to serve our people in the New Valley Governorate, within the framework of the Ministry’s strategy to develop the border governorates, provide various services in them, and increase the factors that attract the population to them.
The Minister of Housing indicated that the ministry has developed the design of the mechanized government interests complex, which is currently being implemented in Matrouh Governorate, as the first model at the level of the Republic, and designs are being prepared for service complexes to be implemented in various governorates, within the framework of the state’s direction to establish government complexes similar to the new administrative capital, from In order to improve the level of government services provided to citizens.
Major General Muhammad Al-Zamlot stated that the implementation of the first mechanized government interests complex at the level of the Republic is underway, in implementation of the directives of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, President of the Republic, in light of the state’s plan to improve the quality of services provided to citizens, and it is located north of the city of Kharga, and includes buildings for government agencies, and a building for directorates. various facilities, a building for public services, and a court complex, in addition to commercial activities, green spaces, road networks and facilities, while equipping all of these agencies with all modern technological means to facilitate the services provided to citizens faster and better.
The Governor of the New Valley indicated that the first model of an environmentally friendly house was implemented in light of the governorate’s direction to achieve the goals of sustainable development, and it is made of alternative materials such as pressed bricks and mixed roofs, on an area of about 125 square meters (3 rooms, a hall, a bathroom, a kitchen, and a green area around the house). The available natural local raw materials are used, and palm leaves are used to manufacture doors and windows, within the framework of the cooperation protocol between the governorate and October University for Modern Sciences and Arts.