[size=36]Mawazine publishes the text of Cabinet decisions[/size]
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, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi chaired today, Tuesday, the twenty-eighth regular session of the Council of Ministers, which witnessed a discussion of developments in the country, in addition to discussing a number of basic files, topics on the agenda, and issuing recommendations and decisions regarding them.
At the beginning of the session, the Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces reviewed the political and security situation in the country, and renewed his call for the need for concerted efforts to bring stability and defuse crises.
The Council of Ministers supported the initiative presented by Al-Kazemi yesterday evening, which received internal and external political support.
The Council of Ministers hosted the Deputy Commander of Joint Operations, Lieutenant-General Abdul-Amir Al-Shammari, and a number of security leaders, who reviewed the security situation in the country and presented a security assessment of the Iraqi-Turkish borders.
In light of what was discussed, the Council of Ministers agreed to approve the recommendations of the Security Assessment Committee on the Iraqi-Turkish border attached to it, which includes financing (30) billion dinars from the text mentioned in the emergency security law published in the Official Gazette on July 4, 2022, of which 20 billion dinars For building outposts, and 10 billion dinars for mechanisms.
The Ministry of Finance is funding the Border Forces Command at an amount of (42) billion dinars, according to the mechanism mentioned in the Cabinet Resolution (15 of 2022), and transferring it to the Joint Operations Command, and these projects are excluded from the instructions for implementing government contracts (2 for the year 2014).
In the context of the session, the Minister of Youth and Sports, Mr. Adnan Darjal, presented a detailed report on the ongoing preparations to host the (25) Khaleeji in Basra Governorate, reviewing the results of the committees formed by the ministry, and allocating the funds for the establishment of the tournament, which will be a major sports carnival.
The Prime Minister directed that all the requirements of the tournament be met, in a way that guarantees Iraq's success in hosting the 25th Gulf Arab League, and meeting the brothers in Basra.
After discussing the file of a Gulf Championship (25), the Council of Ministers decided the following:
- Transferring the necessary amounts from the operating budget of the petrodollar or the border crossings of Basra Governorate to the Ministry of Youth and Sports to implement the requirements (1, and 2) in the letter of the Ministry of Youth and Sports and excluding them from the instructions for implementing contracts; To complete the contracting procedures.
- Financing an amount of 3 billion dinars to contract with training owners according to Cabinet Resolution 15 of 2022.
- Excluding Basra Governorate from the instructions for implementing government contracts for the purposes of the Arab Gulf Cup football tournament.
The session witnessed a review of the epidemiological report, the continuous efforts of the Ministry of Health in confronting the Corona pandemic, and its continued procedures in providing medical treatments, and securing vaccines in health outlets throughout Iraq.
The Council of Ministers discussed other topics on the agenda, and issued the following:
First / Based on what was presented by the Ministry of Construction, Housing, Municipalities and Public Works, in its letter No. (371) dated June 20, 2022, the Council of Ministers decided to approve the completion of the sale of residential plots amounting to Their number is (58,088) pieces, mentioned in the ministry’s letter above (m.kh/451) on August 2, 2022, based on the powers granted to the Council under the provisions of Article 40 of the Law of Sale and Lease of State Funds 21 of 2013.
Second / Approval of the extension of work by a decision of the Council Ministers (377 for the year 2021) until December 31, 2022, regarding projects to develop shops and streets.
Third / Exempting the Iraqi National Oil Company from implementing paragraphs (3, and 4) of Cabinet Resolution 67 of 2022, for a period of 3 working months, starting from the date of issuance of this decision; To take out the overcrowded containers, according to what is proven in the book of the aforementioned company (N2/H2AS/565) on July 31, 2022, and for one time. Ended 29/H