Inauguration of the Unity Parking Project by the prime minister

On Sunday afternoon, FDRE Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed formally opened the Unity Parking Project.

On this occasion, key members of the federal and regional governments, including the mayor of Addis Abeba and deputy prime minister of Ethiopia, Demeke Mekonnen, the first lady of Ethiopia, Zinash Tayachew, and others, were also present.

The Addis Abeba municipal administration is said to have spent more than 1.7 billion birr to build the Unity Parking project, which is located on a 9,000-square-meter plot of land.

The project’s first floor and four successive below-grade stories are believed to be able to hold more than 1,200 vehicles at once, including buses.

It is also suggested that the project include an amphitheater, regular restaurants, stores, and other attractions.

A subterranean tunnel 8 meters long connecting the skyscraper and the Unity Area will make the park a popular tourist attraction around the world.

According to reports, the Unity Parking Lot, which was just formally inaugurated, is built to offer a variety of services and be passed down to upcoming generations without losing its historical component.

According to the plans, the parking structure will act as the focal point of a visitor ring that extends from Mesqel Square to the Abrehot Grand Library and includes the National Palace, Science Museum, Friendship Square Phases II and II, and other places with a focus on people.

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