Sydney, Nov 24 (IANS/WAM) The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has opened the first cyclone shelter and mixed−purpose facilities in the Australian state of Queensland at a total cost of $60 million.
UAE assistant foreign minister for economic affairs Khaled Al Ghaith inaugurated the cyclone shelter and mixed−purpose facilities. Half of its total cost was offered by Abu Dhabi in support of Queensland.
In 2011, Abu Dhabi had donated $30 million to the Government of Queensland to build five category five cyclone shelters to be used as multi−purpose centres round the year.
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