The Governor of Qena, Ashraf Al-Daoudi, said that the state has allocated about 3 billion pounds as part of the local development program in Upper Egypt to develop and deliver facilities to the two industrial areas in Kahleen Qeft, which is in Naga Hammadi, stressing that all facilities are provided and the obstacles faced by serious investors will be overcome while continuing to monitor these projects to ensure their seriousness. And the speed of completion is implemented.
This came during the expanded meeting held by the governor today, Tuesday, to follow up the work of escorting industrial zones (Kalahin Qeft – Nag Hammadi) within the local development program in Upper Egypt.
Al-Daoudi stressed – during the meeting – the need for coordination between the companies that undertake the implementation of work in the industrial zones and the officials of the local development program in Upper Egypt and the executive authorities in the governorate to ensure the implementation of the project in the fastest time and of the highest quality, stressing that the company implementing the project is committed to applying quality standards and occupational safety and health in the executed works To provide a safe environment for workers in the interest of their health and safety.
He added that the governorate seeks to create the appropriate atmosphere to create an attractive investment climate for investors to increase occupancy rates in the two industrial zones, create real job opportunities for youth and improve the level of income, which will be reflected in the Egyptian economy.
The article, Governor of Qena: The state has allocated 3 billion pounds to attract investors to the two industrial zones. It was written in the Al-Borsa newspaper.