Release date: 2017/10/3
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Council of Ministers during its meeting on Tuesday, chaired by Haider al-Abbadi, the President of the Council on his firm position to reject the referendum and proceed with the measures that were voted at the previous meeting.
According to a statement issued by his office, the agency received a copy of it today, "It was during the meeting to provide a full presentation of the military operations to liberate Hawija, in addition to the security situation and training of security forces, and the Council of Ministers procedures for the illegal referendum in the Kurdistan region, On the firm position of the Council to reject it and proceed with the measures voted at the previous session. "
"The budget was discussed in 2018 as the Council of Ministers explained that it had prepared it early to submit it to the House of Representatives for a vote. A vote was also taken to amend the memorandum of understanding on the exploitation of the grant allocated by the Government of Kuwait to contribute to the reconstruction of Iraqi areas affected by terrorism , A Kuwaiti grant of $ 100 million will be allocated for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the health sector.
"The Council also voted to renew the contract with the Geological Survey Agency, and also voted to exclude projects of the Ministry of Health from the Council of Ministers Decision No. 347 of 2015 on the mechanism of payment of the term, and treatment of ongoing investment projects, has been approved to exclude projects of the Ministry of Health, The project of establishing a training and development center in Maysan, the construction of units of the coordinator of the fuel in Maysan, completion of the construction of the General Hospital of Chabaish and the hospital of laboratories in Baghdad. "
He pointed out that "the vote also to allocate a sum of emergency budget for the maintenance of Salah al-Din highway for rapid transit, in addition to allocating an amount of emergency reserves to the distribution projects in the Ministry of Electricity and the implementation of the removal and removal of sediments from the sites of Dam Al-Shehabi and Sad Badra in Wasit province."
He added that "the Council of Ministers also voted on a memorandum of understanding between the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity with the German company Siemens and the Egyptian company Bijsco, and the protection of the product of pottery bricks."
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