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The head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Malaysia spoke about the replacement of all old police buildings

30.03.2018 44 просмотров

During a working trip to the Sultanate of Johor, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi recalled that the renovation program started in 2015 and is funded from the budget of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.


Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister, Interior Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, visiting the police department of the Sultanate of Johor, promised that all administrative buildings of the police department there, built more than 40 years ago, will be replaced with new ones within the next three years.

According to the official, the police headquarters renovation program started in 2015 and covered the entire country, but progress is slow as funding from the state budget. “We determine which buildings need to be replaced first, and we choose the oldest of them,” explained Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

“Appropriations for the construction of new buildings will come directly from the budget of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, from which it is also planned to finance the creation of all the necessary infrastructure around them,” the minister said.

In Johor Bahru, the main city of the Sultanate, a whole complex of buildings of the local administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs is being built, which includes five blocks, including one 12-storey one, equipped with a four-level parking lot. Three six-story blocks are intended for the residence of police officers.

All new buildings are united by a common protected area with its own infrastructure, including an electrical substation and a centralized waste collection system.

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