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The Jerusalem municipality will bring for approval at the coming local committee a program for 800 new housing units in the neighborhoods of Pisgat Zeev, Neve Yaakov, Ramot, and Gilo.

In addition, building plans for 114 units in eastern Jerusalem will be brought for approval for the Arab population.

Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat said this afternoon, Wednesday, that he was aiming to enable more young people to build their lives in Jerusalem.

“Building in Jerusalem is essential and important, and will continue with full force in order to enable more young people to live in Jerusalem, to build their future in it and strengthen the capital of Israel.”