JVA signs agreements to lease lands overlooking King Talal Dam

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AMMAN — The secretary-general of the Jordan Valley Authority (JVA), Manar Mahasneh, signed a series of agreements on Sunday with local investment companies and community members to lease 53 dunums of land for the establishment of tourism development projects. اضافة اعلان

The signing ceremony was attended by the Minister of Water and Irrigation, Mohammad Najjar.

The leased land plots, with views of the King Talal Dam, aim to promote tourism and environmental development in the area.

Developing the King Talal Dam areas
Speaking at the ceremony, Najjar stated that the agreements are aimed at developing all areas of the King Talal Dam, through launching development projects and providing job opportunities to the people living in the surrounding areas.

Mahasneh highlighted that JVA is working to implement Royal directives, in accordance with the government's plans for the development of areas under its jurisdiction.

These plans aim to provide an attractive investment environment, establish projects that employ local labor, and enable local communities to achieve development.

Local investment opportunities
Mahasneh also pointed out that JVA is committed to finding national investment opportunities through local companies and the community.

In line with this commitment, a local investment company has leased 19 dunums of land to build restaurants, a small hotel, chalets, water playgrounds, and parks.

Furthermore, another local company has leased 19 dunums to build chalets, a tourist restaurant, a horse stable, and children's playgrounds. Finally, 15 dunums were leased to local individuals to establish makeshift tourist facilities, log cabins, and children's playgrounds.

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