Sisi: The development of Cairo will cost 380 billion pounds over 7 years


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President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said that the state seeks to solve the problems as soon as possible, regardless of the cost, so the state is working to solve the problem of roads, and has completed many of its plans during the past six months.

Al-Sisi added, during the inauguration of the hydrogen cracking complex in Mostorod, today, Sunday, in Qalyubia Governorate, that “the development of roads consumed large numbers of expenditures to solve the traffic jam crisis,” explaining that “this development aims to treat an issue whose solution was previously different.”

He pointed out that “the financial cost and the efforts exerted is very huge,” explaining that “the development of the capital (Cairo) over the past 7 years cost nearly 380 billion pounds, in addition to what is currently being done in terms of development.”

He pointed out that addressing problems costs a very huge time and effort, stressing that it is better to provide effort and money to build new cities and implement development plans.

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