Riyadh, (Saba) - Prime Minister Ahmad Ubaid bin Daghr issued Friday directives to Governor of Hadhramout Ahmad bin Buraik and director of oil company to solve power problems, including shortage, in both Hadhramout two regions; the Valley and the Desert, and importing enough oil derivatives needed for operating power plants.
The government has ordered local authorities to adopt a number of measures to solve power shortage in liberated governorates, said bin Daghr, confirming; "there will be no hot summer."
Prime Minister bin Daghr has held a meeting with a number of Hadhramout's Sheikhs, dignitaries and many Hadhrami citizens, who briefed him on their issues, summed up in power shortage and fuel.
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