For the development of the road and the infrastructure in the northern emirates, the UAE on Tuesday has approved and allocated Dh11 billion.
The projects were countersigned by Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, as he is on his tour of the northern emirates.
For the development of Al Ittihad Road, which is the oldest arterial thoroughfare linking the UAE’s Emirates, Shaikh Mohammad has approved a total cost of Dh1 billion.
The Vice-President also visited Ajman and Umm Al Quwain where he was accompanied by several ministers. “The upgrade of infrastructure does improve the sustainable development. There are no areas excluded from development,” said Shaikh Mohammad.
“All road projects in the UAE are aimed at building a country that provides the highest quality of services to our citizens,” he further added.
“The UAE’s transportation system accounts for the lion’s share of infrastructure projects and reflects our vision of achieving sustainable development,” he quoted.
He concluded by saying: “Our field tours are ongoing. Our development projects will not stop. The UAE will remain economically, socially and developmentally viable”.

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