[size=36]The Minister of Commerce directs the launching of financial allocations to work in lagging projects and services[/size]
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The Minister of Commerce, Mohammed Hashem al-Ani, on Monday, the launch of financial allocations to work in projects lagging and building schools and roads and projects within the municipal boundaries in the regions of Babylon province.
The ministry said in a statement received (Mawazine News) a copy, "The minister held today, during his visit to the province of Babylon, a tour in which he was briefed on services in Hilla, Mahaweel, Alexandria and Musayyib."
The statement added, "The minister met during the tour and in the presence of MP Salam al-Shammari, undersecretary of the Ministry of Municipalities and Housing, local governments, municipal councils and district leaders and coordinates of the demonstrations were presented to the most prominent projects that have not been implemented for various reasons as well as projects that have been approved and approved by the Ministry of Planning, some of which have become funds In the state treasury. "
"The meeting reviewed the most prominent investment and operational projects and projects of liberated areas, which allocated some money to the areas of northern Babylon, as well as other projects needed by the regions, including the construction of hospitals and housing complexes, as well as water and sewage projects, as well as lining the rivers by 23 kilometers to treat groundwater."
She pointed out that "the meeting discussed the problems facing the project Alkeng water allocated to him 74 billion and was implemented only 6% in the areas of Musayyib, Alexandria and Jorf al-Nasr was listening to the remarks of the resident engineer for the project, which summarized the most prominent problems faced by the Deputy Minister of Housing and Municipalities By checking the mechanisms of the project work and implementation quickly. "
For his part, Al-Ani stressed, "launching financial allocations in the stalled projects, as well as the implementation of the conservation plan approved by the Ministry of Planning, which includes the construction of schools, roads, sports and youth projects as well as other projects within the municipal boundaries."
Al-Ani said that "the implementation of those projects, whose allocations have been launched, will be followed up rapidly, especially as some of these areas have suffered accumulated deprivation due to the security situation they have gone through and the neglect they have faced over the previous years."
The minister directed the municipal and service departments in the province of Babylon to "start work immediately on the projects after the relocation of allocations and bypassing the routine in the management of the work of these projects, as well as urged ministries to resolve legal problems with companies that lagged, and to explain the reason for stopping in these projects and the possibility of solving those problems through procedures Quick. "Finished 29 / a 43