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    The head of the Civil Aviation Authority "does not know" the fate of the revenues of Najaf Airport..

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    Post by Rocky Tue 21 Feb 2023, 4:50 am

    The head of the Civil Aviation Authority "does not know" the fate of the revenues of Najaf Airport.. A leader in "Al-Fateh" comments
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    Today, Tuesday, the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Fadel Al-Fatlawi, described the statements of the head of the Civil Aviation Authority, Imad Al-Asadi, about the unknown fate of the revenues of Najaf Airport, as "strange."
    Al-Fatlawi told (Baghdad Today) that "the statements of the head of the Civil Aviation Authority, Imad al-Asadi, are strange and far from professional," noting that "Najaf Airport is an investment and its money goes to the local government, which in turn transfers it to the state treasury."
    He added, "The competent regulatory authorities should summon the head of the Civil Aviation Authority, Imad al-Asadi, regarding his statements to find out the reason for making such statements," wondering: "How can the state not know about such large revenues, with the presence of monitoring bodies such as the Financial Supervision Bureau, the Integrity Commission, and others?"
     The head of the Civil Aviation Authority, Imad al-Asadi, had said in televised statements two days ago that Najaf Airport has no reference and we do not know its ownership, indicating that the federal airports are Baghdad, Basra, Mosul and Dhi Qar, which is under construction, but Kirkuk and Najaf airports are investment.
    He stressed that "Najaf Airport is not affiliated with us, and it is equivalent to Baghdad Airport in terms of visits and revenues, and we do not know where its revenues go."
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