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Khalifa orders a city to be constructed in Gaza Strip

posted on 25/07/2005: 812 views



President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has yesterday instructed that a whole city bearing the name of "Khalifa bin Zayed" to be constructed on the grounds of the Israeli settlements in Gaza Strip after the rubble is removed following the withdrawal of the Israeli occupation forces from there. The city is a gift from Sheikh Khalifa to the Palestinian people to reduce their suffering and provide appropriate accommodation for the beneficiaries.



To that effect Sheikh Khalifa has approved the sum of US$100 million for funding the humanitarian project, which is expected to accommodate 30-40 thousand Palestinian citizens. He instructed the Department of Municipalities and Agriculture to accomplish the construction of the city in collaboration with UN Relief and Employment of Palestinian Refugees Agency, and then distribute the homes to the beneficiaries, together with the Palestinian Authority. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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