Baghdad - INA
, Adviser to the Prime Minister, Alaa Abdul-Hussein Al-Saadi, confirmed today, Wednesday, that the white paper included 64 projects, stressing that international experts would be hired to implement them.
Al-Saadi told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The white paper issued by the Iraqi government, in its first and second parts, identified a number of oil projects to increase export capacity, increase production, increase oil refineries, design energy, gas and gas extraction through 6 well-defined projects, entrusted to the Ministry of Oil." .
He continued that "the white paper includes two parts, the first part of which deals with the Iraqi economic reality and the goals and strategies followed by the government and the translation of these goals and strategies through the second part issued by the government and which included the mechanisms and governance of implementation, in addition to dividing these goals into strategic projects in various ministries." Noting that "there are approximately 64 projects, and each project is divided into a number of goals that must be implemented, and set in a time period," pointing out that "there are approximately 366 goals within the projects."
He stressed that "the announcement to start implementing the white paper projects will be issued soon," noting that "some ministries have started implementing some projects, but the official announcement of the implementation has not started," explaining that "during the coming period, preparations for the implementation process will be completed."
He pointed out that "the 64 projects included in the white paper, we will use to implement them with international expertise and international organizations, in order to provide the best experiences for each project separately, and we will launch a website for the implementation of the white paper, in order to achieve transparency and announce it to the people within a very soon."
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