Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal will pay Thursday a working visit to the province of Tiaret (340-km south-western of Algiers), where he will inspect several social, economic and sports development projects, part of the implementation of the programme of President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika. During his one-day visit, Sellal will assess the progress made in the different projects in the sectors of agriculture and rural development, housing and urban development, transport, higher education, health, trade, religious affairs as well as youth and sports. The premier, who will accompanied by a large ministerial delegation, will inspect the construction site of Relizane-Tiaret-Tissemsilt railway project in the commune of Hammouni, and the artificial insemination centre downtown Tiaret. Sellal will also launch a 1,900 LSP housing project and will listen to the presentation of the new urban project of Northeast Zemmala. In the commune of Tiaret, the Premier will visit Ibn Khaldun University and a horse breeding farm and will inspect the project of a mother-child centre. He will also inaugurate an Islamic cultural centre, a haemodialysis clinic and a stadium. At the end of his visit, the Prime minister will chair a meeting broadened to representatives of the civil society at the province’s Culture Centre.