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Thursday 24 October 2019
Trade launches appointments and third-year graduate meal joins defense
Baghdad / Al-Sabah / Saad Al-Samak
Director General of State Real Estate Ahmed al-Rubaie revealed the delivery of about 77,000 plots of land to the governors of Basra, Diwaniyah, Ba'abliand and Najaf al-Ashraf as a first batch as part of the prime minister's housing initiative, and while the Ministry of Commerce on Wednesday launched appointments and put mechanisms to support young people, the office of the president was deployed The ministers received the names of the third meal for graduates of the faculties of engineering who were appointed to the defense staff, and the office also received graduates of the faculties of political science, management and economics and listened to their demands.
Al-Rubaie said in an interview with "Al-Sabah": "The directorates of branches of state real estate across the country, continues its work to prepare and sort tens of thousands of residential land in response to the package of reforms approved by the Council of Ministers, and under direct guidance by The Minister of Finance Fouad Hussein has formed technical and engineering teams to prepare Maps, maps, maps, distribution, and construction of urban and industrial residential cities in all provinces." The director general of state real estate confirmed that he handed over on Tuesday to Basra Governor Asaad al-Aidani about 5,000 bonds of residential land in the Shatt al-Arab district that will soon be distributed among the categories covered by the prime minister's initiative," pointing out that "the transfer of ownership around 1975 dunums - up to 14,000 housing pieces- It is registered on behalf of the municipality of Shatt al-Arab district, in addition to transferring ownership of 2,823 dunums - about 19,000 housing blocks - in the name of the municipality of Al-Zubair district, in addition to other areas, bringing the total number of residential plots in Basra governorate to approximately 38,000.
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