Hyderabad is to undergo a series of improvements ahead of the start of the Biodiversity Summit in October.
Hyderabad is to undergo a series of improvement works to its infrastructure ahead of the start of the Biodiversity Summit in the city later in the year.
The Andhra Pradesh Government and Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation have announced they are planning to work together to improve services available in the city before the international event, the Hindu Business Line reported.
Chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy has put forward plans for the systems in place to be improved to bring them up to world class standard ahead of the start of the summit in October.
It is thought the heads of state and delegations from around 193 nations are planning to attend.
The event will take place from October 1st to 19th in the Indian city and will mark the 11th meeting of the Conference of the Parties and the 20th anniversary of the Convention on Biological Diversity.
Among the projects outlined are the recovering of roads and improvements to the drainage systems and pavements.
Written by Alex Cochrane
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