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The Diyala Council announces the opening of 173 projects of customs imports

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The Diyala Council announces the opening of 173 projects of customs imports Empty The Diyala Council announces the opening of 173 projects of customs imports

Post by rocky on Sat 28 Oct 2017, 1:57 am

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The Diyala Council announces the opening of 173 projects of customs imports




The reconstruction committee in the Diyala Provincial Council announced the direct implementation of 173 service projects in a number of districts and districts funded by the imports of customs Safra north of the province. The committee's deputy Amer Kilani said in a press statement that "173 service projects distributed across all districts and districts and include all the major sectors, were initiated in the largest plan of reconstruction after 2014." "The projects cost a total of eight billion dinars and were funded from the customs of the zero (75 km north of Baquba), which the share of Diyala of which 1% according to legal frameworks." He said Kilani, "These imports were allocated by the Diyala Council to support reconstruction and construction in the province to address the current financial crisis in the country." It should be noted that hundreds of service projects stopped in Diyala after 2014 because of the financial crisis in the country, in addition to the security challenges after the control of the "Da'ash" on large areas of the province before liberation.


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