Qatari envoy signs on 3 projects worth 1.7 million dollars - report

March 12, 2019 10:40
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The Qatari envoy Mohammed al-Emadi signed on three projects with an investment of 1.7 million dollars, according to reports from the Gaza Strip.

The projects include the establishment of the headquarters of the Qatari Committee for Reconstruction, the establishment of public housing in southern Gaza and the establishment of a fuel reservoir that will deliver 2 million liters of fuel to the only power station in the Gaza Strip.On Monday, the Qatari state started providing the fourth stage of aid to 55 thousand poor families with 100 dollars per family. The distribution of funds will continue today and tomorrow

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