Spokesperson at the President's Office, Miuvaan Mohamed, stated on Wednesday that the development of a new building for Al Madharusathul Arabiyyathul Islamiyya is a priority project for this administration. He made the statement while responding to questions from the media at his weekly press conference.

Briefing the media about the project, the Spokesperson stated that MVR 168 million had been earmarked in the State Budget for 2023 for developing the new building for Arabiyya School and the extension building for Jamaluddin School. The two buildings will be located in the old Jamaluddin School building.

On revising the salaries and allowances of healthcare sector workers, the Spokesperson assured that efforts are underway, as earlier announced by President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih. The Spokesperson also took questions about the administration's efforts to resolve the ongoing dispute concerning the delimitation of the maritime border between the Maldives and Mauritius. On this note, the Spokesperson reiterated that the administration was acting in the best interest of the country.

The Spokesperson also announced that Vice President Faisal Naseem would attend the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27), held from November 6-18, 2022, in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.