Efforts continue to restore basic services impacted by climatic condition: Musandam Police Chief

Colonel Abdullah bin Hamad Al Hosani, Police Commander of Musandam Governorate, confirmed that efforts are continuing to restore basic services that were damaged by heavy rains in Musandam Governorate.

The colonel said in a statement to the Sultanate of Oman TV, that the state of Madha is the most affected by the rainfall and valleys, in addition to the Lima prosecution of the state of Khasab.

Colonel Abdullah Al-Hosani indicated that the efforts made by the competent authorities are great and have reached the stage of recovery, praise be to God, where many roads that have become usable have been settled and paved, stressing that efforts will continue until all roads are re-paved with asphalt.

Regarding the return of all basic services to their normal state, the colonel said that efforts are being made by all concerned parties, despite the difficulty of movement in order to transfer specialists, including technicians, engineers, and those concerned with all damages.

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