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Iraq - Mubasher: Hassan Al-Kaabi, First Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, said that Iraq is on the verge of programs to develop economic sectors.
Al-Kaabi added, in a statement reported by the Iraqi News Agency, that "the parliament and the government have paid great attention to the strategy of reducing dependence on oil imports as a major source of national income."
He pointed out that there are plans to develop other economic sectors such as agriculture, industry and tourism, and this requires more expertise that can be provided by countries that have made great strides in these areas, including Australia, which has the possibility of development and training not in economic sectors, but in multiple areas, including human rights and programs youth and women.
Al-Kaabi received the Australian Ambassador in Baghdad, Paula Ganley, where they reviewed the preparations for the upcoming elections, the volume of international supervision and diplomatic missions that will accompany the electoral process to ensure the smooth flow of the democratic process for the better, stressing that the next government will be the strongest.
According to the statement, some files were also highlighted, including the file of the displaced, where Al-Kaabi stressed the need to close the camps for the displaced at the end of this year and work to return them to their areas after they were fully secured, calling for the need for coordination between diplomatic missions and the Ministry of Immigration, as they need international support. To implement its programs and terminate the files entrusted to it.
He explained that the war that Iraq led against ISIS gangs represented a point for the cohesion of the international community, as the threat of ISIS did not fall on Iraq alone, but on all of humanity.
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