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Makkah governor visits rain-hit province, Civil Defense chief warns residents of further unstable weather

Makkah governor visits rain-hit province, Civil Defense chief warns residents of further unstable weather

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Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, Makkah governor visited Al-Lith Province following heavy rain that harmed many homes, in addition to inspecting a dam project in the region.

He was joined by his undersecretary and individuals from an advisory group entrusted with developing the region.

 

Makkah governor visited various influenced neighborhoods, where he met occupants and tuned in to their worries and sees, and went to Wadi Al-Lith dam, where he was advised about project.

It is to have a limit of around 90 million cubic meters of water and will be finished inside the following two years, as indicated by a proposition from the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture.

He went to Al-Qunfudhah, where he met individuals from various parts of the area, and drove a gathering that was gone to by directors of government offices in the locale, surveying actualized and progressing ventures worth SR1.4 billion ($373m). 

The prince likewise visited an exhibition dedicated to activities of the area's areas and met distinguished residents.  He partook in a workshop gone to by in excess of 50 neighborhood authorities and inaugurated a leisure facility for residents that highlights cascades, lighting and recreations. 

Then, the representative for the Directorate of Civil Defense in Makkah, Nayef Al-Sharif approached  citizens and residents to submit to security directions and  guidelines while driving in the avenues amid the rain. 

The General Authority for Meteorology and Environmental Protection issued further climate warnings for the locale and in Taif, with an alert of rain, rainstorms,strong windsm thunderstorms and rising dust.

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