Gov’t to approve NIS 350m. for projects in capital

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May 20, 2012 00:51

 
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In honor of Jerusalem Day on Sunday, the cabinet is set to approve a NIS 350 million plan for improving the capital’s public spaces, infrastructure and tourism sites, including the Mount of Olives Cemetery in the eastern part of the city.

The cabinet, which will hold its weekly meeting at Ammunition Hill, is also expected to approve NIS 20m. to rehabilitate the museum there. In addition, it is likely to approve NIS 1m. to advance plans for a museum on the life and works of Albert Einstein.

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