Al-Kazemi makes an appeal to the political forces: The challenges are great, but the opportunity is greater
This came during the celebration held at Mosul University on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the liberation of Nineveh Governorate from ISIS, according to a statement received by Shafaq News Agency.
Al-Kazemi said, "From here, I make an appeal to all Iraqi political forces, personalities and parties, and I say that the challenges ahead are great, but the opportunity is greater, and come to a common word that brings us together to serve the people and the country, and cooperate to remove obstacles and build the country, and let Iraq be first."
He stressed that "the security services are playing their effective role in maintaining the security of Iraqis and helping the people. And the citizen's standing with the security services will provide us with preventive security."
He pointed out that "this government was not given enough opportunity, but it created a half-opportunity opportunity. The security of our homeland and the safety of society is a trust in our necks, and as long as we are in a position of responsibility, we will not neglect the trust."
Al-Kazemi pointed out that "the spirit of evil tried to kidnap Mosul, turn it into a place to spread evil in Iraq and the world, and make it the capital of an alleged caliphate," explaining that "the pure Iraqi will and determination that defeated the ISIS gangs, with unyielding determination, and with a national belief brought us together." Let's all win the big victory."
He added, "We have completed most of the lagging projects, hospitals have been completed, and we have opened more than one power station in Samarra, Maysan, Muthanna, and Nasiriyah. We have embarked on many projects in Mosul, and today we will lay the foundation stone for other projects, and we have the Mosul Airport project, although there are There are deficiencies in the procedures, and I will not lay the foundation stone for a project whose conditions have not been completed. We have adopted the issue and have weekly meetings with the ministerial team, and during this month we will visit Mosul again to lay the foundation stone for the Mosul Airport project."
Al-Kazemi concluded by saying, "There are those who are trying to exploit the conditions in the province and carry out fuel smuggling operations. Nineveh's daily need for fuel is secured, but there are those who take advantage of the circumstances," adding, "I ask the citizens of Nineveh Governorate to follow the registration system on the fuel card that provides them with fuel; So that the additional quantities do not go into the pockets of the corrupt.”
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