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    Al-Kazemi: Poor planning and corruption prevented agriculture from exporting to the rest of the sect

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    Al-Kazemi: Poor planning and corruption prevented agriculture from exporting to the rest of the sect Empty Al-Kazemi: Poor planning and corruption prevented agriculture from exporting to the rest of the sect

    Post by Rocky Wed 19 May 2021, 7:10 am

    Al-Kazemi: Poor planning and corruption prevented agriculture from exporting to the rest of the sectors after oil

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    {Economic: Al Furat News} The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, today, Wednesday, visited a number of sites of agricultural and animal production companies in Wasit Governorate.
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    He was informed of the progress of work in it and urged the employees to "make the utmost efforts to increase production and improve its quality," and he also listened to the complaints and suggestions of those in charge.
    Al-Kazemi stressed "the importance of advancing the agricultural reality in Iraq, which has witnessed a significant decline during the past decades as a result of wars and conflicts, and also because of mismanagement, planning and the spread of corruption, which prevented the agricultural sector from being the forerunner of the rest of the sectors after oil."
    The prime minister stated, "The government, within the framework of the long-term economic reform approach that it has planned, has adopted support for the private sector, providing the requirements for its development for its importance in revitalizing the economy and achieving the goals of sustainable development, by overcoming obstacles and providing the appropriate environment to attract local and foreign investment to work in all Areas, especially in the agricultural sector. "
    The Prime Minister visited Wasit Governorate this morning, during which he met with a number of officials in the governorate, he also inspected the progress of work in Silo al-Dabouni, met with its workers and addressed the obstacles to receiving wheat from farmers.
    During his visit to Wasit Governorate, Al-Kazemi held meetings with a number of farmers and graduates of the Faculties of Agriculture, and stressed during the meeting the importance of promoting agricultural reality and adopting modern methods in agriculture and developing agricultural industries, and stressed that the government supports all plans and initiatives that would advance this most important sector.
    During the visit, the Prime Minister was briefed on the process of harvesting wheat in one of the large farms in Wasit Governorate, where he directed the concerned authorities to address the problems facing the governorate's farmers.
    He also inspected the homes of a number of citizens in the village of Karim Al Jasem in the Dabouni district in Wasit, and was informed of their conditions and directed to follow up on meeting their needs.
    Ammar Al-Masoudi

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