The government allocates 45,000 feddans for the expansion of the new administrative capital

The Council of Ministers today, Wednesday, approved the allocation of 45.4 thousand hectares of privately owned state land to implement the planned expansions in the New Administrative Capital.

The allotted land includes about 6,000 acres owned by the Ministry of Trade and Industry, according to the Council of Ministers.

The new expansions aim to accommodate future and planned projects in the Administrative Capital.

Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, held a meeting today; To follow up the executive position of the projects of the new administrative capital, at the headquarters of the Council of Ministers in the new administrative capital.

During the meeting, the Prime Minister indicated that government buildings in the administrative capital had begun to bear witness to a gradual presence of workers in the administrative apparatus in several ministries, in implementation of the prescriptions of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.

Madbouly stressed the continuation of periodic follow-up of the various mega-projects being implemented in the New Administrative Capital, and stressed the need to intensify work in the various fields while meeting the quality standards required in the implementation of these projects.

It comes as Major General Bakr Al-Bayoumi, director of the army signaling department, during the meeting the executive position of the communication networks in the New Administrative Capital, including the implementation of networks in the government district, the preparation of the government district communication center, video ,, audio and simultaneous translation systems in meeting rooms in government headquarters, and the installation of Operations and testing of the central government district, in view of the commencement of work and the gradual movement of workers to the ministries’ headquarters in the government district.

Al-Bayoumi also reviewed the position of the implementation of participating mobile towers, as well as the electrical power supply systems for mobile networks, as well as the position of networks and huts in neighborhoods, and the Green River area.

In turn, Major General Akram El-Gohari, Director of the Army Information Systems Department, reviewed the executive position of the Information Systems Department’s work to automate state agencies and relocate to the new administrative capital, pointing out that the completion of implementation and testing of electronic archive applications and document and content management, which also explains that a trial run of the Unified Work Platform and Human Resource Management is underway.

He added: The implementation of the government contracting system has also been completed, training and trial operation has been started with a number of ministries and authorities, and the electronic signature function has been added to the participating applications.

El-Gohary also presented the infrastructure position of the entities’ headquarters; Note that the entire network is activated and activated, and the entities’ headquarters are connected to the unified data center, and internet service is provided to all government buildings (on a trial basis), while audiovisual devices and equipment are installed, which are sequentially installed in the rooms that completed is provided, and 803 meeting rooms were delivered.Delivery is underway.

Major General Hani Mustafa, Assistant Chief of the Armed Forces Engineering Authority for Projects, reviewed the executive position of the new administrative capital projects, with regard to the buildings of ministries and authorities, as well as the headquarters of the Councils of Ministers. . , representatives and sheikhs, the Administrative Control Authority and the Directorate of Capital Security, the administration and operational building, and the central.

Mustafa also presented the executive position of the suburbs in the Administrative Capital: R1, R2, R3 and R6, as well as the Jewel of the Capital project, the financial and business district, the central bus station, the Egypt Islamic Cultural Center, the Memorial Project, People’s Square and People’s Park.

At the same time, he touched on the situation of the construction works in the Diplomatic Quarter, the New Administrative Capital Hospital and the Sports City, as well as road projects, bridges and tunnels, the network of lighting poles, the regional ring road. , the Mohammed bin Zayed Regional Road, and the gates of the administrative capital.

He touched on the position of the Knowledge City project in its first and second phases and the Egypt International Olympic City.

Assem Al-Jazzar, Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, gave a presentation on the position of the ministry’s projects in the new administrative capital, where he outlined the position of implementing utilities and infrastructure works for the first phase. areas, including the government. district, neighborhoods and the diplomatic district, indicating that a water purification plant is being implemented With a capacity of 800 000 m 3 / day, as a first phase, it aims for a total capacity of 1.5 million m 3 / day to reach, and a waterline with a diameter of 1000 mm will be implemented, which will be operated in collaboration with the operation of a desalination plant in the Gulf of Suez to reduce the amount of water for the capital with a capacity of 70 000 m 3 / day. administrative capital treatment plant with a capacity of 250 thousand m3 / day is being implemented as a first phase.

Engineer Sherif El-Sherbiny, Head of the New Administrative Capital Authority, described the position of the general site coordination projects in the squares in the government district, and the financial and business district, as well as the position of the general site coordination projects for the main axes of the city, and the fields. , including lighting and landscape, as well as the implementation of the Green River area.It also dealt with the implementation of the central business district, including the facades of the towers, the most important of which is the iconic tower, in addition to the implementation of neighborhoods, including buildings and villas, suitable for all levels, and service areas to meet the needs of the residents.

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