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Ensour checks on needs, problems of Zarqa residents
By Petra - Apr 11,2013 - Last updated at Apr 11,2013
ZARQA — Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour, accompanied by a ministerial team, on Thursday checked on the difficulties facing Zarqa residents, especially in terms of infrastructure needs and environment problems.
During a field visit that covered several areas in the northern governorate, 22km east of Amman, the premier said the government will work to achieve social justice and ensure a fair distribution of development revenues.
At the Hitteen camp, the premier listened to the needs of residents and said the government will urge UNRWA not to cut back its education and health services.
The visit also covered Ruseifa, where Ensour was briefed on the problem of water supply disruption and pledged to resolve it.
Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour on Monday paid a visit to Karak Governorate, 140km south of Amman, along with a number of ministers and MPs, to check on the facilities provided to citizens.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday stressed that all efforts should focus on improving citizens’ living conditions and overcoming economic hardships.
A ministerial team, chaired by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Nayef Qadi, on Monday checked on the water situation in the northern governorates of Ajloun, Jerash and Irbid.
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