Zeaiter jumps over slaughtered sheep in Adloun. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Public Works and Transport Minister Ghazi Zeaiter visited several projects in south Lebanon over the weekend, vowing that developmental services in the area would remain ongoing. Zeaiter kicked off his visit Saturday with an inspection tour of Sidon's Adloun where he checked on the progress of work at the Nabih Berri Fishermen Port project. Adloun Mayor Samih Wehbi thanked Berri and Zeaiter for the project.Zeaiter's tour also included laying the foundation stone of a project to rehabilitate the Bourgliyeh-Tyre road. The project will cost approximately LL3.5 billion and will be executed over the course of 12 months, building a road of 4.6 kilomers length, 11 meters wide.
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