Prince Faisal condoles martyr’s family

Updated 12 April 2016

Prince Faisal condoles martyr’s family

RIYADH: The supreme sacrifice a soldier can make is to give his life for the sake of his motherland, observed Madinah Gov. Prince Faisal bin Salman when he went to pay condolences over the demise of a member of the land forces in southern Jazan, on behalf of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman.
Corporal Waleed Abdullah Hamid Al-Mozainy was martyred in Jazan while on duty. His body was laid to rest at the Bakiya burial grounds following Janaza prayers at Masjid Al-Nabawi, the Prophet’s Mosque, in Madinah.
Prince Faisal, who visited Abdullah Al-Muzaini, the father of the deceased, and his family on Sunday, said that the martyr’s sacrifice was a great honor for the country since he had laid down his life in defending his nation. He said that he prayed for the dead soul to get Jannah since his contribution was to defend his country.
Thanking the prince and King Salman for the recognition shown toward his son’s sacrifice for the nation, Al-Muzaini hoped and prayed that his son would be rewarded by the Almighty Allah for his services to the motherland.


Saudi Crown Prince orders road development project in Riyadh 

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Saudi Crown Prince orders road development project in Riyadh 

  • The project aims to transform Riyadh to be a major hub in providing sustainable transportation services
  • The program will work on developing junctions between Riyadh’s ring roads and main routes

RIYADH: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has ordered the development of main roads in the heart of Riyadh in order to upgrade the city’s transportation system. 

The project aims to transform Riyadh to be a major hub in providing sustainable transportation services as well as logistics services in the Middle East, the Saudi Press Agency said.
The program will work on developing junctions between Riyadh’s ring roads and main routes. It will develop 400 kilometers of road network, by adding new roads and upgrading existing junctions.

Among the main projects will be:

*Improving the First Ring Road with an additional length of 80 kilometers and continued work on the Second Ring Road. 
*Developing the main junctions of the King Fahd Road to increase its capacity. 
*Increasing the capacity of the Imam Saud bin Faisal Road from King Khalid Road until its junction with the second eastern ring road, with a length of 23 kilometers.
*Improving the Prince Turki bin Abdulaziz I road and its extension to the south until its meeting point with the second southern ring road, with a length of 45 kilometers.

*Developing the extension of the Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq Road to the south from Makkah Al-Mukarramah Road to the Eastern Ring Road, and its extension south to the Dhahran Street to the Southern Ring Road with a length of 17 kilometers.
*Developing the Othman Bin Affan Road from King Salman Road to Al-Urouba Road, and from Makkah Al-Mukarramah Road to the the Southern Ring Road with a length of 16 kilometers.