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Shafaq News/ On Saturday, the Iraqi Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani, compared his government's curriculum with the goals of the Twelfth DAX Conference held in the capital, Baghdad, while referring to "risks and responsibilities that surround the government's work."
His media office said, in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, that Al-Sudani opened today the 12th TDAX conference, which is being held in the capital, Baghdad, in the presence of representatives of several international organizations and capable Iraqi scientific personalities, who presented effective ideas and projects capable of serving and growing societies.
And the statement quoted Al-Sudani as saying in his speech on the occasion, “I congratulate your conference and the attendees of the competencies and innovators, the organizers of this pioneering event.” Iraq and its competencies.
He continued, "We are aware of the size of the risks and responsibilities that surround our work, and we adhere to enthusiasm, initiative and creativity as pillars of our project, which we have detailed in our ministerial curriculum and our government program," noting that "progress and positive change are achieved through comprehensive and sustainable development, and through it, political, economic, social and security dilemmas are addressed. It reflected the government's five priorities."
He added, "What distinguishes our ministerial curriculum is what is in harmony with the objectives of this conference of yours, which was represented in a package of projects, the most important of which was: the launch of the "Riyada" initiative, which will upgrade the leadership and specialist capabilities of our Iraqi youth, as well as the formulation of training and scholarship projects for administrative and academic competencies, and the establishment of the Development Fund for Iraq, And the Reconstruction and Development Fund for the poorest governorates, and improving the environment for education, business and investment.
He also said, "Among our ministerial curriculum is the expansion of projects to address unemployment, vocational training, social and health security, and the granting of soft loans to young people; to set up projects and start launching program campaigns aimed at building the qualitative capabilities of young people in the fields: knowledge, skills, and vocational."
He pointed out that fostering innovation, invention and creativity is a necessity for us that stems from the necessity of mobilizing the strengths in human and material capabilities, and harnessing national efforts to restore Iraq to the forefront of the regional and international presence, on the basis of its historical merit, potential and the creative outcomes of its youth, thinkers and innovators.
He concluded by saying, "I take the opportunity to bless our people and the world as a whole on the occasion of the approaching anniversary of the New Year's holidays, hoping that its title will be creativity and renewal, which represents the products of thinkers and creators in this conference.
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