The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alak said Wednesday that Iraq, in cooperation with partners, provided the general framework for the reconstruction and development methodology in the country.
The General Secretariat said in a statement received by Al-Ghad Press, a copy of it, that “the national team to follow up the results and decisions of the Kuwait International Conference for the Reconstruction of Iraq held an extensive consultative meeting, which included a number of ambassadors of donor countries and representatives of international organizations, to see the latest developments and updates regarding the pledges they have made At the conference above. ”
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alak, head of the national team to follow-up the outcome of the Kuwait International Conference for the reconstruction of Iraq, through letters contained in his opening speech and addressed to the audience, that “Iraq and in cooperation with partners provided the framework of the methodology of reconstruction and development, Development and reconstruction. ”
He stressed the importance of “the involvement of international bodies in providing a structure at the political and strategic levels and the creation of a financial mechanism to ensure that resources are used for the purposes set for it in line with the National Plan 2018-2022 and to establish a system of oversight to improve accountability in terms of using public funds with international assistance in development.”
“Efforts have been made to establish a mechanism for institutionalized engagement with all stakeholders, ensure that resources are used in line with the National Plan 2018-2022 and Vision 2030 to improve accountability processes and allow people to be informed and transparent about implementation and implementation. To follow the levels of completion of projects and available to all. ”
He stressed that “the coming period will witness new reforms to improve the investment environment, which made a good move in attracting investor confidence, as evidenced by the recent businessmen forum held in Baghdad, which resulted in the signing of a number of memorandums of understanding in several areas.”
The statement pointed out that “the meeting witnessed a number of presentations made clear the distribution of tasks to follow up the implementation of pledges to government agencies in addition to related to the humanitarian situation in Iraq.”
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