Prince Mansour bin Miteb (3rd from right), Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs, is shown a model of thermally insulated buildings during the opening day of the Exhibition on Thermal Insulation for Buildings in Riyadh on Tuesday. (AN photo by Khaled Al Khamees)
A visitor gets a briefing on the product of one exhibitor at the thermal insulation exhibition in Riyadh on Tuesday. (AN photo by Khaled Al-Khamees)
Visitors view a replica of a thermally insulated city at the thermal insulation exhibition in Riyadh on Tuesday. (AN photo by Khaled Al-Khamees)
Various companies are showcasing their products at the thermal insulation exhibition in Riyadh. (AN photo by Khaled Al-Khamees)
An insulated building construction block is demonstrated during the exhibition. (AN photo by Khaled Al-Khamees)
Prince Mansour bin Miteb, Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs, said on Tuesday that the thermal insulation of buildings will be made mandatory in 24 key cities across the Kingdom.
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