28 February 2013

Egypt: Morsi Keen On Solving Sinai Citizens Problems

North Sinai Governor Major General Sayed Harhur said President Mohamed Morsi is keen on maintaining contact with Sinai citizens and solving all the problems which hinder the development of the peninsula.

During his meeting with the President on Wednesday 27/2/2013, Harhur reviewed the files of services such as water, sanitary drainage, electricity, roads and residential communities.

He said the President expressed his understanding of these files and decided to endorse the investment plan of the governorate.

The President underlined the importance of solving the problems of Sinai, such as the possession of land on borders, rupture of mobile services and judicial rulings issued in absentia against some citizens involved in the cases of Taba and Arish police stations.

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