Yemeni government refuses to set up investment project in Hadramout

11 يوليو 2020
Yemeni government refuses to set up investment project in Hadramout

Yemeni government refuses to set up investment project in Hadramout

عدن نيوز - Aden News :

The Yemeni government refused to set up a project in the “Sharma” natural reserve in Hadramout Governorate (eastern Yemen), after the governor Faraj Al-Bahsni agreed to a request by an investor to set up investment projects on the coast of the reserve.

 

According to a memorandum addressed to the governor of Hadhramaut and issued by Deputy Prime Minister Salem Al-Khanbashi in mid-June, the government refused to establish investment projects in the aforementioned region.

 

According to the official note, the area is a natural reserve for turtles, and has ancient ruins.

 

Al-Khanbashi advised the Governor Al-Buhsuni to define another area for the investor, after  Al-Bahsni had approved the request of one of the investors, Muhammad Salem Jubran, to set up an investment project in the Sharmah Nature Reserve in Hadramout Governorate.

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