Khorasan Razavi Development Projects Exceed 6,000
Khorasan Razavi Development Projects Exceed 6,000

Khorasan Razavi Development Projects Exceed 6,000

Khorasan Razavi Development Projects Exceed 6,000

Under the administration of President Hassan Rouhani, as many as 6,661 development projects worth 90,240 trillion rials ($240.640 million) were launched across Khorasan Razavi Province, says deputy governor general of Khorasan Razavi, Mohammad Maqdouri. These projects were implemented in health, transportation, water, industries, tourism, agriculture and services sectors. “Out of the 1,800 unfinished projects remaining from past years, 900 were completed in the current Iranian year (March 2016-17) and 500 will be completed by the end of President Rouhani’s tenure in May,” IRNA quoted Maqdouri as saying.


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