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[size=18]On Sunday, the office of Deputy Parliament Speaker Hassan Al-Kaabi announced an agreement during a meeting in Parliament to start implementing an agricultural emergency plan and move away from the development plan.


The office said in a statement, Alsumaria News received a copy of it, "Today, Sunday, the First Vice-President of the House of Representatives chaired the meeting of the Committee on Agriculture and Parliamentary Marshes to lay out a vision for the role of the agricultural sector to confront the Corona pandemic and achieve food security." Al-Shammari and the rest of the committee members and representatives of the economic, investment, financial, legal and parliamentary integrity committees, as well as representatives of the ministries of agriculture, planning and water resources.






 
The statement quoted Al-Kaabi as saying, "Iraq faces a number of challenges, some of which are shared with us by other countries, such as the Corona pandemic, the decline in oil prices, the economic crisis, and others, which we face individually as the threat of ISIS terrorism, poverty and food security," revealing "all these things that forced us and the Ministerial Council of the Economy to The name of the next stage is the stage of agriculture, as it is the best solution to treat many problems related to food security, poverty, unemployment, waste of hard currency, import, and low oil prices. Here, if we reach the stage of development in the agricultural and industrial sectors, we will not need oil at the same degree now.


Al-Kaabi said that "it was agreed to start implementing the measures to support the agricultural sector and not to draw or make plans for the future because plans are being made in times of prosperity and stability," stressing by saying "As for now, we are living in a real crisis situation and the measures must be to confront the crisis and this is what requires Everyone has the greatest audacity to issue and implement decisions. "

The statement pointed out that "during the meeting, it was also agreed to implement the joint vision of the legislative and executive authorities by making the agricultural sector a top priority for the state for the next stage to reduce dependence on the oil source and also increase the support of the industrial sector because it is linked to the wheel of agricultural development in terms of manufacturing, fertilizers and agricultural requirements."

It was also agreed, according to the statement, "to start implementing an agricultural emergency plan and stay away from development plans, because the stage is urgent and that the plan does not specify a date but rather continues, and also that crimes of prejudice to food security are considered within the terrorism crimes law."


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