Council of Ministers takes several decisions
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The Council of Ministers held its regular session on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi. The Council discussed several decisions, including the rehabilitation of the site of the tomb of al-Buaytha in the presence of Amina Baghdad and the treatment of pollution in the Tigris River.
The Council of Ministers decided to include the suspended investment projects and the various economic sectors listed in the investment budget tables by the Council of Ministers Resolution No. 342 for the year 2018. The Council also voted to increase the capital of the General Company for Iraqi Ports.
The Council approved the draft law on the first amendment to the law of seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the pillars of the former regime No. (72) for the year 2017, and approved a draft cooperation agreement between the governments of the Republic of Iraq and the Federal Republic of Germany in the transfer of those sentenced to deprivation of liberty.
The council also decided to donate ZBV Sonar wheels to the Anbar Police Directorate (without a price).
The Council of Ministers voted to honor the citizen (Aliah Khalaf Saleh al-Jubouri) or Umm Qusay from Salah al-Din province, which housed 58 students from the Spyker camp and protect them and help them return to their families.
The Council of Ministers discussed again and in detail the draft rules of procedure to the Council of Ministers and approved many of its paragraphs to be completed at the next meeting.
The Cabinet discussed the agricultural plan and support the efforts of farmers and emphasis on paying attention to this productive segment.