[size=36]The Minister of Planning discusses with the local government of Baghdad the resumption of work on stalled and lagging projects[/size]
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- The planning minister Nuri Sabah al-Dulaimi, on Monday, discussed with the local government of Baghdad, the resumption of stalled and lagging projects and the implementation of a number of new vital projects.
The Information Office said in a statement received (Mawazine News) a copy, that "Planning Minister Nuri Sabah al-Dulaimi, received this morning in his office Baghdad Governor Mohammed al-Atta and his delegation."
The statement added, "The meeting discussed the service reality of the capital Baghdad and ways to resume the stalled and pending projects and the implementation of a number of vital new projects."
Dulaimi reiterated, according to the statement, "during the meeting his call to complete the requirements for the inclusion of projects," stressing "the ministry's abbreviation of routine frameworks in order to accelerate the implementation of all projects and provide the best services to citizens."
He pointed out, "the need for optimal investment of budgets and strive through them in providing jobs for young people."
For his part, the Governor of Baghdad, expressed his sincere appreciation for the efforts of the Ministry of Planning and its endeavors in providing working conditions, stressing that "not to spare any effort to improve the reality of service throughout the province."
This meeting discussed the rehabilitation of roads in the areas of the Baghdad belt, and the implementation of more Sewerage projects and municipal services in the