21 Sep 2021 Created: 11:47 PM Last Updated: 11:47 PM Views: 73 Manama, Sept. 21 (BNA): Speaker of the Council of Representatives, Fawzia bint Abdulla Zainal, has lauded the efforts being exerted by the Ministry of Housing to build towns and implement housing projects across the kingdom’s governorates.
These efforts have contributed to providing thousands of housing units and services to the citizens, in line with the directives of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, and the commendable distinguished efforts of His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, she said.
The Speaker made the statements while receiving here today Housing Minister, Bassim bin Yacub Al-Hamar, with whom she discussed topics pertaining to the Housing Ministry’s plans to meet the present and future needs and demands of the citizens.
She valued highly the efforts made by the Ministry of Housing to improve the housing services, stressing the Representatives Council’s keenness on continuous cooperation and coordination with the Ministry in order to meet the needs of citizens and provide them with distinguished services.
She also discussed with the minister ways to meet the needs of the citizens across the kingdom, especially those of the Southern Governorate’s fifth constituency, expressing thanks and appreciation to Al-Hamar for his keenness to provide adequate social housing for the citizens.
The Speaker affirmed the Representatives Council’s constant support for the Housing Ministry’s efforts to provide decent housing for the citizens, noting that lawmakers are keen to follow up on the progress of housing projects and the completion of their infrastructure .
The Minister expressed thanks and appreciation to the Speaker and the Council of Representatives for their unwavering keenness to cooperate with the government to better serve the citizens, stressing that the Ministry of Housing will spare no effort in order to address the housing issue and meet the citizens’ aspirations in this regard.