Iraq to discuss with the World Bank a number of infrastructure projects and "e-government"By [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] one hour ago
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The delegation of the World Bank during his visit to the headquarters of the Iraqi Ministry of Communications
discussed the Iraqi Ministry of Communications on Wednesday, with the World Bank delegation, the reality of communications in Iraq and ways to improve it, as well as discuss a number of infrastructure projects and "e - government".
"The Minister of Communications, Naeem Thajil Al-Rubaie, received in his office a World Bank delegation that included the Implementation Group for Infrastructure, including Yara Al-Salem, Marola Haddad and Mark Lixi," a ministry statement said.
The two sides reviewed the reality of communications in Iraq and how to improve it. Al-Rubaie raised the challenges faced by the ministry in the development of telecommunications services and digital applications in Iraq. The most important of these are the absence of regulations and laws that limit violations, in addition to the destruction of infrastructure caused by the organizations Terrorist organization. "
The statement added that "at the outset of the meeting, the delegation of the World Bank announced the support of the Bank to the Ministry of Communications during the next phase, which came efforts of the Minister of Communications and discussions at the recent Washington conference."
Pointing out that "the World Bank promised to support small projects and infrastructure projects and e-government, as well as the assessment of the current infrastructure of optical cable, in addition to providing technical consultations and the preparation of studies for the purpose of submission to the Council of Ministers."
The statement added that "the World Bank decided to introduce the Ministry of Communications within the plan to support the bank, the Ministry of Communications outside the plan of the World Bank over the past years."
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