05-06-2017 by redazione
The Nairobi forum organized by the Najib Balala Tourism Minister in Nairobi last few days reiterated: Malindi will have its international airport.
Private causes will be solved soon and will continue, because the Malindi project is part of a much wider vision where several subjects have already been involved. Not only the government that has allocated the funds and has confirmed the commitment, which is part of the so-called "Vision 2030" of the country, but also the more than 150 delegates and national and international participating in the Forum.
In the Agenda of the Day, the progress of the initiatives that the Government has prepared to improve tourism-related infrastructure.
Balala has pointed out how on the coast, a level of roads, are made giant steps. Shortly you will arrive at Bypass of Mombasa which will allow one side to get to South Coast directly from the airport and the other to jump the center of the city to go north, toward Kilifi County and then Malindi and Watamu.
In addressing the issue of enlargement and adaptation of airports to full international status, the names of Kisumu, Malindi and Lamu were made as absolute priorities.
At present, they do not care about issues related to every single problem in the territory, even for Malindi will proceed as established.
Major tourism projects, which represent a major commitment to the economy of Kenya, can not be stopped by anyone.
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