Al-Kazemi intends to establish one of the largest water projects in Iraq after 2003
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Rashid said in a press conference accompanied by the governor of Dhi Qar, Ahmed Al-Khafaji, and was attended by the "Shafaq News" agency, that "his visit to Dhi Qar comes according to the directives of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to see the reality of the province closely," indicating that "the ministry is aware of what it suffers." From Dhi Qar, perhaps its most prominent problem is the treatment of the Shatt al-Ibrahim problem, which has been delayed for many years.
He added, "His ministry has begun to prepare the kit after the budget was approved for laying the foundation stone by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi during the coming period for the Badaa tube project, which will serve the governorates of Dhi Qar, Basra," noting that "this project is considered one of the largest ministerial projects after 2003." ".
Rashid added, "Specialized committees in the ministry discussed the issue of lining Shatt Al Ibrahim in Sayed Dakhil district, east of Nasiriyah, with the people of the same region, and it became clear that the project has an old problem that is not emerging today, and we have issued our directives to develop permanent solutions for this matter," stressing that " The ministry has installed more than one pump during the past period to make the winter season planting with temporary solutions successful, and now aspires to make the summer season planting with permanent solutions successful.
He stated, "His ministry considers Dhi Qar as Iraq, and the country's success and stability in it are from the success and stability of the country, and in order for there to be an economic renaissance, we issued directives to grant investment licenses to invest riverbanks in the province," adding that "the ministerial directives also included continuing to fill rivers and give The issue is of great importance in order to maintain the delivery of water to the farthest point in Dhi Qar. "
And the Minister of Water Resources, Mahdi Rashid, arrived earlier on Saturday morning, in Nasiriyah, to discuss a number of problems that the Dhi Qar governorate suffers from.
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