Nine-year school “Bedrie Bebeziqi” in Durres is one of the educational facilities rebuilt from scratch as part of the ongoing post-earthquake reconstruction programme in Albania. Bedrie Bebeziqi school is one of the completed 12 school buildings adding to the long list of rebuilt educational facilities that meet contemporary standards for habitability and environmental comfort and provide spaces for contemporary just like any schools in European cities.
Prime Minister Edi Rama visited the new school building, whose construction has completed and where children have returned to attend their classes. The Premier toured the new school premises, the new library about which an agreement will be reached soon with publishing houses to supply many book titles. The Minister of Reconstruction Arben Ahmetaj informed that construction of 12 educational facilities has completed and are ready to welcome back their students.
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During his visit to Durres, the government head also inspected the ongoing work to rehabilitate a section of the ancient Via Engantia route, an investment designed to boost value of businesses along the road’s length.
“This is the final completion phase of the project to rehabilitate Via Engatia. The project kicked off in 2019, but rehabilitation work was suspended in the wake of the devastating earthquake in November 2019. This is the last segment we are working on. A green space has been created from scratch, as we have planted around 170 170 olive trees. Installation of a new LED lighting system has completed,” Durres Mayor Emirjana Sako said.
Rehabilitation of the main sections of the boulevard will complete with the segment of Via Egnatia.
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