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The Director of the presidency Office of Republic inaugurates restoration work for damaged homes in Old Sana’a.

The Director of the Presidency Office of the Republic, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation Ahmed Hamed today, launched the restoration work of the damaged houses in the old city of Sana’a in accordance with the directives of the President of the Supreme Political Council, His Excellency Field Marshal Mahdi Al-Mashat, at a cost of 300 million riyals.

During the inauguration in accordance with the emergency plan submitted by the Ministry of Culture and the General Authority for the Preservation of Historical Cities, in the presence of Minister of Culture Abdullah al-Kabsi, Secretary of the Capital Hammoud Abad and Secretary General OF SCMCHA , Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, Deputy Minister of Culture Mohammed Haidara and a number of businessmen, the Director of the Office of the Presidency stressed the need to pay attention to the old city of Sana’a, which is the jewel of Yemen and its unique state.

He called on the Ministry of Culture, the Capital Secretariat and the General Authority for the Preservation of Historic Cities and Monuments to intensify efforts to take care of the old city of Sana’a.

He stressed that working in the Ministry of Culture and the Authority is a responsibility and that the official authorities and the people of old Sana’a must join hands to preserve it. The city of Sana’a needs a lot of attention.

“Historic cities don’t need employees, they need lovers of their heritage, especially since there are countries looking for history, but we have 11,000 historic homes in old Sana’a ” Hamed said.

“Today we are in the process of making a quick visit to work to deal with the damage caused by the floods during the past days and in light of the disclosure provided to us by the Ministry of Culture and the General Authority for the Preservation of Historical Cities will be restored all that was presented under the guidance of the President of the Supreme Political Council and the support of the good people of the businessmen who contributed 100 million riyals with the support and supervision of the Secretary General of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs and this is the first stage and begins work even from today with the restoration of all the damaged houses.” He added

The director of the presidential office praised the efforts of the Capital Secretariat, which will contribute 200 million riyals to start of restoration for affected houses in old Sana’a and the construction of the aesthetic heritage projects needed for the city.

He stressed that citizens have a great responsibility to do what they can and contribute to the preservation of the city and those concerned should appreciate their responsibility to serve this history and human heritage.

He urged the concerned authorities to prepare a final matrix that would clarify the risks and priorities of the work to take care of old Sana’a from all sides in accordance with a well-thought-out strategic plan.

Hamed stressed the great interest in the old city of Sana’a, the city of Sam bin Noah, which has its roots in history. “A nation that does not care about its history cannot preserve its present and cannot build its future,” he said.

“We will not allow the old city of Sana’a to be distorted and its historical status damaged,” he said.

For his part, the Minister of Culture confirmed that the necessary funds have been provided to start the restoration work. He appreciated the direct support of the Presidency of the Republic.

” houses affected by rain and floods, houses were neglected by the previous regimes, houses damaged by direct raids of the aggression on more than one place in the city will be restored, ” al-Kabsi said.

The secretary of the capital said that the secretariat will support the General Authority for the Preservation of Historical Cities and Monuments and assigned them to implement the emergency plan to save the old city of Sana’a.

“We have allocated 100 million riyals for the start of repairwork for the damaged houses in old Sana’a and 100 million riyals for some of the aesthetic heritage projects needed for the city,” he said. He stressed the importance of stopping the granting of permits to build any commercial projects in the historic city.

For his part, the deputy minister of culture, said that the emergency plan to save the historic city of Sana’a includes two tracks, the first to address administrative and financial imbalances and the second to begin repair and maintenance of damaged houses.

“We have allocated 100 million riyals for the start of repairwork for the damaged houses in old Sana’a and 100 million riyals for some of the aesthetic heritage projects needed for the city,” he said. He stressed the importance of stopping the granting of permits to build any commercial projects in the historic city.

For his part, the deputy minister of culture, said that the emergency plan to save the historic city of Sana’a includes two tracks, the first to address administrative and financial imbalances and the second to begin repair and maintenance of damaged houses.

 

The Director of the Presidency Office of the Republic, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation Ahmed Hamed today, launched the restoration work of the damaged houses in the old city of Sana’a in accordance with the directives of the President of the Supreme Political Council, His Excellency Field Marshal Mahdi Al-Mashat, at a cost of 300 million riyals.

During the inauguration in accordance with the emergency plan submitted by the Ministry of Culture and the General Authority for the Preservation of Historical Cities, in the presence of Minister of Culture Abdullah al-Kabsi, Secretary of the Capital Hammoud Abad and Secretary General OF SCMCHA , Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, Deputy Minister of Culture Mohammed Haidara and a number of businessmen, the Director of the Office of the Presidency stressed the need to pay attention to the old city of Sana’a, which is the jewel of Yemen and its unique state.

He called on the Ministry of Culture, the Capital Secretariat and the General Authority for the Preservation of Historic Cities and Monuments to intensify efforts to take care of the old city of Sana’a.

He stressed that working in the Ministry of Culture and the Authority is a responsibility and that the official authorities and the people of old Sana’a must join hands to preserve it. The city of Sana’a needs a lot of attention.

“Historic cities don’t need employees, they need lovers of their heritage, especially since there are countries looking for history, but we have 11,000 historic homes in old Sana’a ” Hamed said.

“Today we are in the process of making a quick visit to work to deal with the damage caused by the floods during the past days and in light of the disclosure provided to us by the Ministry of Culture and the General Authority for the Preservation of Historical Cities will be restored all that was presented under the guidance of the President of the Supreme Political Council and the support of the good people of the businessmen who contributed 100 million riyals with the support and supervision of the Secretary General of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs and this is the first stage and begins work even from today with the restoration of all the damaged houses.” He added

The director of the presidential office praised the efforts of the Capital Secretariat, which will contribute 200 million riyals to start of restoration for affected houses in old Sana’a and the construction of the aesthetic heritage projects needed for the city.

He stressed that citizens have a great responsibility to do what they can and contribute to the preservation of the city and those concerned should appreciate their responsibility to serve this history and human heritage.

He urged the concerned authorities to prepare a final matrix that would clarify the risks and priorities of the work to take care of old Sana’a from all sides in accordance with a well-thought-out strategic plan.

Hamed stressed the great interest in the old city of Sana’a, the city of Sam bin Noah, which has its roots in history. “A nation that does not care about its history cannot preserve its present and cannot build its future,” he said.

“We will not allow the old city of Sana’a to be distorted and its historical status damaged,” he said.

For his part, the Minister of Culture confirmed that the necessary funds have been provided to start the restoration work. He appreciated the direct support of the Presidency of the Republic.

” houses affected by rain and floods, houses were neglected by the previous regimes, houses damaged by direct raids of the aggression on more than one place in the city will be restored, ” al-Kabsi said.

The secretary of the capital said that the secretariat will support the General Authority for the Preservation of Historical Cities and Monuments and assigned them to implement the emergency plan to save the old city of Sana’a.

“We have allocated 100 million riyals for the start of repairwork for the damaged houses in old Sana’a and 100 million riyals for some of the aesthetic heritage projects needed for the city,” he said. He stressed the importance of stopping the granting of permits to build any commercial projects in the historic city.

For his part, the deputy minister of culture, said that the emergency plan to save the historic city of Sana’a includes two tracks, the first to address administrative and financial imbalances and the second to begin repair and maintenance of damaged houses.

“We have allocated 100 million riyals for the start of repairwork for the damaged houses in old Sana’a and 100 million riyals for some of the aesthetic heritage projects needed for the city,” he said. He stressed the importance of stopping the granting of permits to build any commercial projects in the historic city.

For his part, the deputy minister of culture, said that the emergency plan to save the historic city of Sana’a includes two tracks, the first to address administrative and financial imbalances and the second to begin repair and maintenance of damaged houses.

 

 

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