National Transformation Program bolsters economy, health, housing, education sectors

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Published 9 Jun 2016
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National Transformation Program bolsters economy, health, housing, education sectors

Jeddah,  SPA :

 Minister of Economy and Planning Engineer Adel bin Mohammed Faqih said that the citizen is a partner in the follow-up of the government's initiatives within the National Transformation Program 2020.

 He stressed that there is an opportunity for citizens to comment objectively on everything that needs development or improvement, including levels of expected accomplishments and the completion of initiatives.

 The minister's remarks came during his answers to reporters' questions on Wednesday in Jeddah along with the ministers of health, housing, and education.

 He pointed out that the National Center for Measuring Public Bodies chaired by Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Second Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense as well as Chairman of the Council of Economic Affairs and Development, will be launched independently and separately as an implementation of the 2030 vision tools during the coming months.

 The minister stressed that Saudi leaders are keen to hear from everyone in order to achieve the public interest and to achieve improvement and development of all that matter for national interests, according to the Kingdom's Vision 2030.

In turn, the ministers of health, housing and education talked during the question and answer session with the reporters about their ministries' interests and goals pointing out efforts to improve the services provided by their ministries within the National Transformation Program 2020.

 The minister of health highlighted the increased number of patients visiting emergency rooms while the ministers of housing and education detailed their ministries' efforts to provide housing and education for citizens.

Last Modified Date: 09/06/2016 - 10:54 AM Saudi Arabia Time


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