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The allocation of more than 32 billion dinars to complete the projects in Babylon

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The allocation of more than 32 billion dinars to complete the projects in Babylon Empty The allocation of more than 32 billion dinars to complete the projects in Babylon

Post by rocky on Sat 05 Aug 2017, 2:08 am

The allocation of more than 32 billion dinars to complete the projects in Babylon


 Babylon / Iqbal Mohammed

The local government announced in Babylon, the approval of the Ministry of Planning on the plan for the development of regions for 2017 by 32 billion dinars and the allocation of 27 billion dinars for ongoing projects, in addition to the allocation of 5 billion dinars for the construction of the second corridor of the bridge (Btah) north of the city of Hilla after the approval of the Ministry of Planning After not being included in previous development projects. The first deputy governor of Babylon and Sam Aslan Jubouri said in an interview with the newspaper (range) "was approved the plan for the development projects of the regions continued for 2017 despite the difficulties and challenges that accompanied the approval of the plan for the adoption and new controls and requirements by the Ministry of Planning to ensure the implementation of projects in the Office of the province in a scientific and accurate , And was allocated 27 billion dinars to the plan to develop the projects of Babylon continues to be added exclusively the amount of 5 billion dinars for the construction of the second corridor of the bridge after being approved by the Ministry of Planning because it was not within the development projects of the former regions. Jubouri pointed out that "the plan for the development of regions delayed approval until late July because of some technical problems, the most important that the Ministry of Planning was interested in obtaining the real costs of ongoing projects and the ministry insisted on the deletion of all projects that did not get a referral previously and we have a package of ongoing projects, Without the exception of the draft Hilla large streams to obtain funds for him because of this project of great importance to the city of Hilla. " "We have focused on the regional development plan for this year on a number of ongoing projects that serve the people of Babylon," he said.
He pointed out that "the province of Babylon needs a lot of money in various sectors in order to provide various services, but the financial crisis in Iraq has greatly affected the completion of ongoing projects and led to a halt or not to transfer new projects." He denied Jubouri " The news that some media reported that the bridge of the Ate to fall, stressing that this information is incorrect and inaccuracy affects the citizens negatively. "He explained that" the bridge of Bata, which is located north of the city of Hilla, a vital bridge linking Hilla provinces of Baghdad on the one hand and the provinces of Karbala, Najaf and Diwaniyah on the one hand "He added that" many technical committees of the Department of Roads and Bridges General and the Municipality of Babil province have seen the bridge and confirmed those committees that the bridge is good and valid and only needs to maintenance work "He pointed out that" a second corridor of the bridge will be announced after the work was monitored 5 billion dinars for its establishment, which will be the start of the procedures Status and declaration. "


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