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Today, Sunday, Finance Minister Taif Sami announced the proceeding with a package of fundamental reforms, while confirming the continuation of bilateral coordination with the World Bank.
A statement by the ministry, which was received by (Baghdad Today), stated that "Sami received the Director of the World Bank's office in Iraq, Richard Abdel Nour, and the Director of the Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa, John Christophe."
The statement added that "the meeting witnessed a discussion of ways to consolidate joint cooperation between Iraq and the World Bank, and an emphasis on the continuation of bilateral coordination in the field of cooperation to promote sustainable development in the sectors of finance, economy and investment, in accordance with the vision of the Iraqi government aimed at benefiting from all forms of international support necessary to assign projects." development in Iraq.
Sami appreciated, according to the statement, "the role played by the World Bank in supporting the government's reform directions," indicating that she is "determined to proceed with a package of fundamental reforms in order to provide the requirements for a balanced economic renaissance in the country by diversifying sources of income and involving the private sector in all economic activity." And opening new horizons of promising development opportunities in Iraq.
For his part, the representative of the World Bank expressed, according to the statement, "their support for the efforts of the Iraqi government in the package of reforms that it is working to achieve, despite the global economic challenges," praising the "trends to achieve regional economic integration in partnership with the rest of the region's countries in a way that serves to strengthen the pillars of the national economy and its prosperity." ".