The government plans to establish about five-thousand assisting centers for startups and create nearly 100-thousand jobs in the country's land and transport sectors over the next five years. 

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport reported a plan to the presidential committee on job creation on Wednesday to create 95-thousand quality jobs and four-thousand-720 “startup spaces” by 2022. 

The "startup spaces" will include three-thousand residential units equipped with the necessary facilities and equipment for startups.