Al-Najjar: Cabinet decisions send a message of reassurance to investors wishing to enter the Mosul market
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The head of the National Investment Commission, Suha Daoud Najjar, said that the decisions taken by the Council of Ministers in its regular session held yesterday, Monday in Nineveh Governorate, headed by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, send a message of reassurance to investors wishing to enter the Mosul market and aim to encourage investment in the province.
Najjar, who attended the meeting of the Higher Committee for the Reconstruction of the Governorate yesterday in the city of Mosul, which was chaired by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, stated, "The commission will work with the committee and in cooperation with the relevant ministries and government institutions to complete these decisions within the prescribed period."
And she called for concerted efforts for the reconstruction of Nineveh Governorate, which enjoys attractive elements for investment, foremost of which is its geographical location, its historical dimension, and its natural and human resources.
For his part, Chairman of the Nineveh Investment Commission Medhat Al-Ani confirmed that the holding of the cabinet session in Mosul and the visit of the head of the National Investment Commission to the governorate will push the investment wheel in the city and encourage capital to participate in the investment process, referring to the Cabinet’s decision to allocate the remaining space from Al-Ghazlani camp to the municipality Mosul, (after transferring the ownership of an area of (3000) dunums of it to the Ministry of Defense to establish a large residential, recreational, and commercial investment project that will be presented in the form of investment opportunities in accordance with the amended Investment Law No. (13 of 2006).