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KUWAIT CITY, Nov 21: The government institutions during the next fiscal 2023/2024 plan to spend about 955.4 million dinars on 129 development projects, reports Al- Anba daily. The data of the development plan, of which a copy has been obtained by the daily, shows the list includes 114 ongoing projects from previous years, about 15 new development projects that include recruitment of skilled workers, and a unified platform for exchanging data between government agencies and 5 underground multi-storey car parks, in addition to a hotel and an open theater in Al-Mubarakiya area. The list of new projects is as follows:
Developing Mubarakiya markets (commercial area + municipal garden; Smart recruitment of skilled workers; Employment Centers; The National Framework for Digital Skills; the Center for the Development of Sustainability Technologies for Facilities and Infrastructure). Phase One – Building the Facility; the Ahmadi Cultural Platform Project and supplying and installing a main conversion station for the Shagaya Z renewable energy project. It aims to transfer approximately 3,000 megawatts from the solar cell farm in Shagaya.
This is in addition to a project to supply, install, operate and maintain gas turbine units operating in the combined cycle system (3,600) megawatts at the Nuwaiseeb site, the first phase; package No. (4) for new government buildings and the works of automatic connection of systems and cybersecurity for the new passenger Terminal T2 at Kuwait International Airport, as it is a complementary project to the structural plan of the General Administration of Civil Aviation; restructuring the postal sector, to transform it into a government company or in partnership with the private sector; the Jahra Waterfront (Corniche); Empowering youth in entrepreneurship and an entertainment center on an area of 57,000 square meters.
The list of new projects also includes educational, cultural and entertainment center on Abdullah Al-Ahmad Street in the Sharq region, with a total area of 57 thousand square meters. for languages, the Arts House, a perfume laboratory, a cooking laboratory, a virtual reality exhibition, and a bicycle track inside the complex, approximately 900 meters long.