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The Central Bank announces the approval of the project of rehabilitation of five bridges in Baghdad

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Post by rocky on Fri 24 May 2019, 2:40 pm

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[size=18]The Iraqi Central Bank announced on Friday the approval of a project to rehabilitate five bridges in Baghdad within the framework of Tamkeen initiative, which is funded by private banks and exchange companies, indicating that the project will be completed within four months.


"In order to enhance the urban reality of the bridges of Baghdad and to preserve the important cultural and aesthetic heritage it holds in the memory of the beloved capital, the Board of Directors of the Tamkeen Initiative, sponsored by the Central Bank of Iraq, and the banks and exchange companies, Iraq, in their regular meeting held in the building of the Central Bank on Thursday, May 23, approve the draft rehabilitation bridges (Bab al-Mu'amam, Al-Ahrar, martyrs, Sank, imams).





He added, "The funds were also allocated to complete the rehabilitation process and in coordination with the Ministries of Housing and Electricity and the Secretariat of Baghdad and Baghdad Operations Command to complete the project during the next four months."


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Post by rocky on Sun 26 May 2019, 7:10 am

Launch of the rehabilitation project of five bridges in Baghdad

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The Central Bank of Iraq announced the launch of a project to rehabilitate five [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in Baghdad as part of the Tamkeen initiative, which is funded by private banks and exchange companies, indicating that the project will be completed within four months.

The [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] said in a statement that "in order to strengthen the reality of urban bridges of Baghdad and in order to preserve what it carries a cultural and aesthetic legacy is important in the capital beloved memory, decided the Council to enable the initiative of the management, which is sponsored by the Central Bank of Iraq, banks and exchange companies Iraqi, at their regular meeting held in Bank building [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] on Thursday , May 23 th, approved the rehabilitation of bridges project (holy door, Liberal, martyrs, Sinak, imams. 

he added that the allocation of the necessary funds for the completion of the rehabilitation process and in coordination with the ministries of housing, Electricity and the Secretariat of Baghdad and the Baghdad operations command to accomplish Alparw During the next four months ".. 



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