December 18, 2013

Egypt is a Member in the Executive Board of Arab Ministers of Housing and Construction Council

The Council of Arab Ministers of Housing and Construction convenes at the headquarters of the Arab League on Tuesday its 30th session dubbed "Power Control in the Construction Sector ... Functional Testing and Legislative Framework." Egypt was elected as a member in the Executive Board of the council for the next 2 years.
The housing ministers of Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Oman, Kuwait and Yemen; and ambassadors from Iraq, Tunisia, and Algeria accept Eng. Ibrahim Mahlab invitation to meet in the Arab Contractors Sporting Club in Al Gabl Al Akhdar to sustain their relation and having new business opportunities in these countries.
The housing ministers praised the warm welcome of the Egyptian part and asserted on the important vital role of Egypt as a main and pivotal partner for the arable countries in all fields and welcoming any future cooperation with the Egyptian contracting companies to develop their countries.
It is noteworthy that the Arab Contractors Company has very honoring previous projects in these countries and doing its best efforts to expand its activity abroad with the high support from the current minister of housing and the government.