[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Cabinet votes on the amendment of the passport system
The cabinet voted on Monday to amend the passport system and reduce religious tourism fees for visitors to the 40th visit.
The Prime Minister's Office said in a statement that the Council of Ministers held its regular session today under the chairmanship of Haider Al-Abbadi. The meeting witnessed the vote on the minutes of the meeting held on the instructions of appointment on the grades resulting from the movement of owners. The Council discussed in a broad manner the follow-up of decisions issued to secure the needs of the provinces.
He also discussed the reduction of customs duties on medical equipment, health supplies, life-saving medicines, equipment, agricultural supplies, production equipment, construction tools, reconstruction and English language books. Allocations of personnel of the anti-terrorism apparatus. "
He pointed out that "the Council of Ministers also voted to secure the first batch of the amount allocated for the project of rehabilitation of the site of landfill health in Albuitha, and the Council of Ministers inclusive graduates of the educational initiative of the holders of higher degrees of appointment in the provinces that have been contracted by them and as determined by the Ministry of Higher Education And the implementation of the decision of the Council of Ministers to appoint the first three students in the colleges so that the first graduate share of higher education and scientific research and the second and third ministries and other jurisdictions according to jurisdiction and geographical location.
The Council also voted to amend the passport system. The Cabinet also approved the amendment of the Swedish loan interest. The decision was also taken to decide on the recommendations of the Executive Committee of the Basra Water Project, which is financed by the British loan to choose Specialized company ".