PM announces royal initiatives

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The PM noted the National Water Carrier Project, which meets some of Jordan's water needs until 2040, will be tendered before the summer to enter effect in 2027.اضافة اعلان

The government is "serious" in finding solutions to many pending investments, including Amman's Sixth Circle Towers project, Khasawneh said, pointing out that Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) mulls plans to invest in this real estate enterprise for the purposes of completing its construction.

The PM announced that the government is studing providing incentives to the industrial city in both southern Karak and Tafileh governorates, aimed to attracting more investments, which would contribute to their development process and job opportunity creation.

Meanwhile, the PM , in presence of Royal Hashemite Court Chief, checked on conditions of Prince Faisal Sports Complex in Karak governorate.

The PM was briefed from Minister of Youth and youth complex's directors on the challenges facing the progress of the facility's work.

The PM instructed concerned authorities to start work on the completion of the complex's expansion project to ensure its development into an integrated sports city serving the governorate's youth sectors.

Also in the presence of Royal Hashemite Court Chief, PM also checked on the factory of Jordan Chalk Manufacturing Company, which is considered a "model for successful Jordanian investments."

Touring the factory, the PM was briefed on the progress of its production process, which exports its products to more than 120 countries, and employs about 130 young people from the Karak governorate.

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