[size=36]The opening of several projects in Karbala confirms the continuation of preparations for the general population census[/size]
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A statement by the ministry, received by Mawazine News, said, "The minister, accompanied by Governor Nassif Al-Khattabi, inaugurated the project to develop the northern entrance to Karbala from the side of the capital, Baghdad, with several paths, with distinct designs and integrated services, as well as Ali Al-Karar Street in the center of the holy city of Karbala, which is one of the distinguished streets." It will help ease traffic jams."
In his speech, the minister stressed that "the projects that were opened today are part of the construction and development plan in the Karbala governorate," praising "the level of performance of the governorate's administration, which is one of the distinguished governorates in implementing its annual plans."
He stressed that "the projects to develop the entrances to the provinces are among the important projects, and that work on developing the entrances to the capital, Baghdad, has already begun."
He added that "the Ministry of Planning pays special attention to the spatial development process by focusing on qualitative projects in various fields, taking into account the population sizes and demographic distribution of each of the governorates," stressing in this regard that preparations will continue to implement the general census of the population during the next year.
For his part, the Governor of the Holy Karbala, Nassif Al-Khattabi, welcomed the visit of the Minister of Planning and the inauguration of a number of service projects in the governorate. This returned an important message confirming the distinguished role of the Ministry of Planning in supporting the efforts of local governments in implementing projects, according to the statement.
Al-Khattabi pointed out that "his governorate witnessed the implementation of hundreds of projects that contributed to improving the level of services and providing many job opportunities for the people of the governorate." Ended 29 / p. 87