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Baghdad: Muhammad Al-Ansari
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi stressed the need to expedite the identification of the landmarks of the old city in Najaf, and the necessity of paying attention to other archaeological areas in the province; Being part of Najaf's historical identity, it is "the city of knowledge, scholars and distinguished references."
Yesterday, Wednesday, Al-Kazemi chaired a meeting in the Najaf Governorate building, which included a number of ministers and the governor of the Central Bank, leaders and directors of the service and security departments in the governorate.
He said: “We directed to set up an appropriate mechanism for urban renewal in Najaf Governorate and the Old City, whose implementation has been suspended since 2010, and to expedite the selection of a global consulting company to audit data and studies, and make recommendations on them, provided that the Central Bank provides the amounts allocated for implementation, and the formation of a committee consisting of From the Minister of Construction, Housing and Municipalities, and a number of advisors; to establish an implementation mechanism.
He added, according to a statement by his media office, "We must benefit from the successful experiences of countries in the field of urban development, as billions were spent and the aspirations of citizens were not achieved, and everyone should learn how to provide the best service to the citizen." He pointed out that "the most important issues that pertain to Najaf Governorate will be presented in the next cabinet session, and decisions will be taken regarding them." Al-Kazemi had arrived yesterday afternoon, Wednesday, to Najaf Governorate, accompanied by a number of ministers and officials, where he chaired another meeting with the security and military leaders in the province. A statement to his media office said: "The Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, chaired an expanded meeting that included military and security leaders in Najaf Governorate, during his inspection visit to the province."
The statement added, "Al-Kazemi listened to a security briefing on the overall procedures related to the security follow-up, the progress of security work in the center of the city of Najaf, and the rest of the province's districts and its districts." He also directed the preparation and preparation of the next budget to complete the equipping of the security system in the governorate with all its technical and financial requirements.
The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces was briefed on the most important obstacles and difficulties facing the security formations in the governorate and impeding the daily workflow, and directed that measures be taken to facilitate the task of the security forces and complete their needs.
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