Saudi Arabia’s transport minister, Dr. Nabil bin mohammed Al-Amoudi, and Bahrain’s minister of transportation and telecommunications, Kamal bin Ahmed mohammed, proclaimed that a tender for consultancy services to manage the transitional phase of the bridge project parallel to the King Fahd ibn Abdel Aziz al-Saud Causeway are going to be launched next week. This came on the sidelines of the long run Investment Initiative command in Riyadh beneath the patronage of King Salman between Oct. 23 to 25.
The Saudi transport minister same that the directives of the 2 countries’ leaderships started the comes for the second causeway and therefore the railway. The project are planning to be enforced in partnership with the non-public sector per the directives of the leadership of each countries. Bahrain’s minister said the tender for the consultancy service for the management of the transitional phase of the new causeway project are going to be launched next week by the King Fahd ibn Abdel Aziz al-Saud Causeway Authority (KFCA).
“This is an advanced phase of this strategic project, that is being enforced per the directives of the 2 kingdoms’ leadership,” he added. He additionally said this phase was preceded by a sequence of necessary steps together with the successful completion of the project’s preliminary economic practicability study and initial style.
KFCA Chairman Abdul Aziz Al-Haqbani said he was proud that the KFCA has earned the trust of the leadership in Asian nation and Bahrain, stressing that the authority is prepared to manage this tender and guarantee its success unitedly with the Saudi Ministry of Transport and therefore the Bahraini Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications.
This project is a vital step for strengthening the historical bilateral relations between Saudi Arabia and Bahrain at intervals the strategy of the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries to serve and connect their folks through a sequence of projects, like establishing the GCC common market, the project for linking the transport and telecommunications networks, and therefore the union of the GCC.
The project are planning to be enforced in partnership with the non-public sector per the directives of the leadership of each countries.