Isfahan's International Exhibition Center to place in service

"The correspondence between the governor and the President regarding Isfahan's International Exhibition Center results in issuing an order by Hassan Rouhani to allocate 125 billion toman credit in this respect. If it is realized, this project will be put into operation by the end of the year," the mayor of Isfahan said.

Iran (IMNA) – Pointing to Isfahan's International Exhibition Center Project, Ghodratollah Norouzi said, "206 billion toman have been spent so far to run this project, and we have witnessed 96 progress."

Saying that more than 60 percent of the Exhibition Center Projects' shares belongs to the municipality, and 30 percent to the Chamber of Commerce, he explained, "The municipality has increased its own shares in the exhibition project, and now the landscaping, water, electricity, and gas utilities, as well as the required ramifications, and Amirkabir hall have been prepared and will be placed in service soon."

Pointing out that International Exhibition Center Project is located in eastern quarter of Isfahan, he noted, "By exploiting this project, great economic upheaval, and a productive atmosphere will be provided for manufacturers, traders, and economic upholders in Isfahan and Iran."

Referring that the municipality has invested 400 billion toman on the conference hall project, including 200 billion toman for releasing the project, and the rest for its implementation, he added, "This year about 250 to 300 billion toman should be allocated to finish the project."

Emphasizing that the conference hall should be the venue to hold national and international events, he noted, "Considering the importance of determining the beneficiary of the international conference venue project, the relevant call will be announced soon."

"Currently, many projects such as refurbishing urban spaces, constructing pedestrian streets, a stadium and parks are being underway in all parts of the city," Norouzi ended.

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