Saudi-Yemenite agricultural project to begin by month's end
Several Saudi Arabian cities are to begin on a project for the preservation of Yemeni agricultural imports within a few days, reported the Yemen Times.
The project is estimated at SR 42 million, and is among the activities planned under the new joint investment of the National Center for Agricultural Exports in Hodeidah Province and Saudi Arabian businessmen.
The Secretary General of the Yemeni Agricultural Cooperatives Federation, Engineer Abdulrehman Al-Olfi, said the project will require the transportation of agricultural products into the kingdom. — (Albawaba-MEBG)