Riyadh governor launches projects worth $48m in Saudi’s Al-Quwai’iya
HRH Prince Faisal has already allocated more than $240m (SAR900m) to municipal, residential, and sanitation projects
The governor of Riyadh, HRH Prince Faisal bin Bandar bin Abdulaziz, launched a number of development projects – including housing, environmental, and municipal projects – amounting to more than $48m (SAR180m) during an inspection visit to the Al-Quwai’iya governorate.
HRH Prince Faisal called for officials in the governorate to continue infrastructure work, construction, and developments that benefit the citizens of the kingdom in line with implementing the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, HRH King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and HRH the Crown Prince, Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
The governor of Riyadh also indicated that investments of more than $240m (SAR900m) have been allocated to projects being implemented in the governorate, including municipal projects, health and residential projects, drinking water and sanitation projects, as well as the construction of buildings for government agencies.
HRH Prince Faisal met with the municipal and local councils in Al-Quwai’iya governorate, and discussed a variety of plans related to municipalities, education, health, housing, work, social development, electricity, water, roads, environment, and agriculture, among others, according to the state-run Saudi Press Agency.
During his visit, the Riyadh governor was accompanied by his advisor Eng Khaled bin Abdullah Al-Rabiah; his director of Special Affairs, Muhammad Bin Mu’id Al-Qahtani; the assistant undersecretary of the Emirate of Riyadh for Development Affairs, Saud bin Abdulaziz Al-Areifi; and the general supervisor of the Protocol Department, Faisal bin Saad Al-Sudairy.