U-turns on the main street of Mina Zayed have been blocked as part of the safety measures.
The Abu Dhabi Police are putting all safety measures in place for the demolition of Mina Plaza Towers in Abu Dhabi next week.
A special meeting was held on Wednesday to discuss the final preparations for bringing down the old abandoned towers on November 27, as part of phase two of Mina Zayed redevelopment project.
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The meeting chaired by Col Hamad Abdullah Al Neyadi, director of the Capital Police Directorate and commander of the demolition mission, highlighted all precautionary measures, including steps to be taken before, during and after the process.
“Close coordination of all relevant entities will be vital for the mission’s success,” said Al Neyadi, adding that combined efforts are being ensured to ensure safety.
A media campaign has been launched to notify the public of how to keep safe during the demolition.
First-Lieutenant Musied Al Harthi said people are being made aware about the demolition process, precautionary and safety measures to be followed, and the necessity to adhere to general safety measures.
U-turns on the main street of Mina Zayed have been blocked since the beginning of the week as part of the safety measures.
Abu Dhabi’s Department of Municipalities and Transport (DMT) is responsible for the second phase of the redevelopment project of Mina Zayed, for which Aldar and Modon Properties will create contemporary, world-class urban and tourist destinations for residents and visitors.
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