The Jordanian Public Works and Housing Minister Sami Halaseh on Sunday said that the Saudi Development Fund has approved the tender to establish the Princess Basma Hospital, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.
The project, which will cost $57 million, will be implemented by the Arab Consortium for Construction, which is owned by the Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army, and a Saudi Arabian contractor, according to Halaseh, who noted that Prime Minister Hani Mulki has met with the fund’s President Yousef Bassam.
The project is expected to improve the health sector in Jordan.
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