The governor of Ardabil said: the implementation of infrastructure projects for Ardabil’s Tourism and agriculture depending on the industrial sectors will change the face of Ardabil province in the coming years.
Akbar Behnamjoo in the meeting of the administrative council of Ardabil province said: In the 15 months since the outbreak of COVID-19 and Ardabil’s Tourism out of business, we have gone through special conditions in the province Appreciate medical staff and health advocates for controlling and managing this disease.
He pointed out: The comprehensive health document of the province in various dimensions, including maintaining personal, social, mental health, nutrition, and mobility in society and reducing social harms, has been compiled and prepared, in which it is better to consider the skill and training approach while Ardabil’s Tourism was off.
Behnamjoo added: “Until the last day of responsibility, the respect of the people and the client must be maintained, and we, along with maintaining the important trust and taking care of the responsibility, must move in a way so that Ardabil’s Tourism use the best services ever.”
He reminded the approval of the free zone and the activation of the special economic zone with the participation of private sector investors and said: with the completion of Ardabil railway, the construction of Ardabil-Parsabad railway will start next year to launch a transit dock in the north of the province with transit capacity. 5 million tons of cargo from this province to help Central Asia and CIS countries.
The governor of Ardabil evaluated the participation of operating banks in completing various infrastructure projects for Ardabil’s Tourism, especially in the field of highway development and industrial and tourism projects, and said: with the completion of the Aznav bridge, Ardabil has become a land of suspension bridges and four new ski slopes in different parts of the province.
He asked the departments and executive bodies; Help reduce power consumption by 50% during peak hours and prevent possible blackouts in the summer.