On Friday, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly indicated that Egypt has been pursuing active efforts in the sustainable infrastructure sphere, especially in connection with road hubs and water supply, and irrigation infrastructure, according to domestic reports.
During a Conference on Economic Diversification and Infrastructuring in Alexandria, Madbouly reviewed the steps taken by the state during the past few years towards moving to a healthy economy.
He added that these effective steps include improving the quality of life of citizens and achieving social justice, taking into account environmental dimensions.
Madbouly also affirmed that the government sectors played a significant role in putting forward ideas, developing solutions, and finding different development patterns.
This ensured that new national projects appeared, and the country achieved a breakthrough in new economic cities and basic infrastructure projects, he said.
Madbouly noted that President Al-Sisi directed the government to expedite the completion of the infrastructure process in the North Coast region as planned.
“The project impact will accelerate socio-economic development of the North coast territory in accordance with the Governmental Socio-economic Development Plans through 2021, with a vision to 2030 (SDS) and the Master Plan on Socio-economic Development of Egypt’s Northern and Coastal Region from Alexandria to Sallum,” he explained.
“The proposed project will rehabilitate and upgrade provincial road and district roads in the North coast; support productive and business infrastructure including water-supply networks, sea and river protection, and drainage works with association heavy transport infrastructure,” Madbouly added.