[size=36]Planning: 99% of the implementation rate in the 2021 budget[/size]
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, Minister of Planning Khaled Batal Al-Najm confirmed, on Tuesday, that the financial implementation rate of the current year's budget has reached 99 percent, which is the highest, compared to previous years.
The minister said during his presidency of the meeting of the opinion board in the ministry in its sixth and last session for this year, that the high rate of implementation in the budget is due to the increasing movement in the implementation of investment projects, and the launch of financial allocations for these projects in their three stages, praising the great efforts made by the employees of the Ministry of Planning in following up the implementation of plans Ministries, agencies not associated with a ministry, and governorates.
And she added, that work in the ministry was continually communicating, including public holidays, pointing out that the next four years will be pivotal in the Iraqi economy, after the great and dangerous repercussions that the country has faced during the past years.
He stressed that the next stage will be the stage of correcting development and economic paths, leading to improving the level of services provided to citizens in all fields.
In addition, the opinion panel discussed in its sixth session, which was attended by the two undersecretaries, heads of agencies and formations and general managers in the ministry, a number of issues and files related to the work of departments and formations, follow-up to the implementation of projects, and work towards improving the performance level of workers in the ministry.
During the meeting, they discussed a draft memorandum of understanding in the field of industrial property rights between the Central Agency for Standardization and Quality Control and the Syrian Commercial and Industrial Property Protection Directorate.
The meeting witnessed a discussion of prospects for joint cooperation between the Ministry of Planning and the American University in Baghdad, in the field of leadership programs, programs for statistical analysis, advisory services, and the development of the English language.