Iran`s minister says incomplete projects should be put aside
TEHRAN, Iran, Oct.23
Given the state of the government budget, incomplete projects in the country should not be in focus right now, Iran's Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami said, Trend reports via IRNA.
According to Eslami, in some projects inappropriate materials are being used, and it should be taken under control.
Eslami emphasized the need to take serious steps in the process of design and construction, adding that "given the current budgetary conditions, incomplete projects should not be re-opened by the managers of the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development.”
“Monitoring and dealing with such projects is on the agenda,” he added.
Eslami emphasized that the capacity of roads should be expanded in the country due to the increasing volume of traffic.
Eslami, saying that the government should punish the inefficient companies, said that in the country there is great opportunity for export of technical-engineering services.