Tebboune wants a state-of-the-art hospital in Algiers with the Germans and the Qataris

Algeria – While chairing the Council of Ministers, Abdelmadjid Tebboune raised the issue of building a hospital in Algiers in partnership with the Germans and the Qataris. We are giving you, in the September 12, 2022 issue, all the details, right here.

Indeed, the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune raised the point concerning the construction of a hospital in Algiers in partnership with the Germans and the Qataris. While chairing the Council of Ministers, the President insisted on the acceleration of the operations of the Algerian-German-Qatari tripartite partnership.

This meeting was held on Sunday, September 11, 2022. This is what revealed Ennahar in its recent issue. These instructions come within the framework of the concretization of this cooperative relationship. But above all to succeed in building a hospital with international standards, in Algiers.

In the same vein, the Head of State gave instructions as to the opening of completed hospitals. And this in the various wilayas of the country, according to said source. Added to this is the launch of projects scheduled in Oran, Constantine and Algiers. Indeed, the President of the Republic had already confirmed the preparations for the construction of a modern hospital in partnership with Qatar and Germany.

The general instructions communicated by the President of the Republic

It should be recalled, moreover, that the head of state also communicated other orientations to the government. In particular the revival of the various sectors governed by the new ministers. According to Algeria Press Service (APS)it would be the granting of planes and ships in consolidation of the air and maritime lines.

In addition, the finalization of the files submitted to the air and maritime transport companies. President Abdelmadjid Tebboune also gave directives on accelerating the progress of work on the construction of railway line projects. According to’APSthe president raised the acceleration of projects to set up new seawater desalination stations.

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