Paphos-Polis road finally begins |

Following almost four decades of efforts, work has finally started for a modern road that will go from Paphos to Polis Chrysochous.

From a special platform set up in the area, Transport Minister Giannis Karousos, watched the beginning of the work of life, as it is being described. He said that this is a historic day for Paphos since a project that the President had set as a priority will finally be realized with multiple benefits for the area and the whole of Cyprus.

Among others, the Minister said that the new road will contribute to the financial and tourist development of Polis Chrysochous since the attraction of investments in the area will be facilitated. Furthermore, new and innovative business ideas will be implemented and as a result new working positions will be created and visitors from Cyprus and abroad will be attracted to the area. Finally, as he said, the road will upgrade the quality of life of the residents of the area.

Source: Paphos-Polis road finally begins |


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