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Today, Thursday, the Governor of Baghdad, Muhammad Jaber Al-Atta, revealed new directives from the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani, regarding the capital's projects, while indicating that the government's service and engineering effort team is deployed in more than 14 regions in Baghdad.
Al-Atta said, to the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The service and engineering effort team was initially focused on two regions, one of them in Al-Rusafa, but now it has become spread in more than 14 regions in Baghdad, including the north of the capital, Al-Kadhimiya, Al-Basateen, Al-Shula, Al-Kufa neighborhood and Bob Al-Sham, in addition to Al-Nahrawan and Sabaa Al-Bour," indicating that "the service team has made clear achievements in accordance with the available efforts, despite not having a high financial ability to provide services."
He added, "There is work by the service effort in the Al-Badr neighborhood and Al-Hawli Road," stressing that "work is underway on the large sewage project in the areas of Al-Nahrawan, Sabaa Al-Bour, Al-Wahda district, and Abu Ghraib."
He pointed out that "there are projects for a sewage network that are included in the plans of the Baghdad governorate, and are awaiting the completion of their priorities until the announcement of the contract with the companies," noting that "there are basic and official areas, whether belonging to the Municipality of Baghdad or the Baghdad Governorate, and the responsibility of the concerned authorities within the municipal boundaries." .
Regarding the provision of services to agricultural areas, Al-Atta stated that "the Baghdad Municipality law does not allow the provision of services to agricultural areas," noting that "Baghdad Governorate owns projects that are not counted on municipalities and includes areas and residential complexes, but the Baghdad Municipality cannot provide services to them."
He explained, "The governorate cannot provide services except in coordination with the Municipality, being within its borders, and agricultural areas have become irregular population areas, most of which encroach on state lands," stressing that "the meeting of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani was with the departments and the people to discuss the details, and it included There was also talk about sewage networks and roads, and direct directives were issued in this regard.
And he continued, "Al-Sudani directed quickly to complete the Baghdad sewage projects in Al-Nahrawan, Al-Wahda neighborhood, and Sabaa Al-Bour, in addition to the late hospital projects, such as the People's and Freedom Hospital, which have financial and planning problems," noting that "meetings were held with the Ministries of Health and Planning in this regard, as well as About directing official letters to the Ministry of Finance in order to solve problems.
He pointed out that "work is underway to install water and sewage within the borders of the province and outside the scope of the Municipality of Baghdad, and there are many residential complexes in need of laying pipes," noting that "the Prime Minister confirmed the development of solutions for them."
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