A Russian company is set to invest $30 million in a building complex in Bethlehem, Palestinian Authority Minister of Economy Jawad al-Naji said Tuesday, according to Ma’an.
The complex will include a music school, gym, administrative offices, gardens and commercial spaces.
It will be built alongside the Russian Center for Science and Culture, on Vladmir Putin Street in Bethlehem.
The Russian government and the Credo company will support the project.
Al-Naji called on international companies to invest in the PA, especially in local industry.
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