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    [size=52]Al-Sudani: We have drawn up plans to encourage investment, and we are seeking to diversify sources of income[/size]

    [size=45]Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani revealed a plan to encourage internal and external investment, pointing out that the opportunity is ripe to launch a comprehensive national campaign for construction, reconstruction and development of services throughout the country. Al-Sudani mentioned, according to what was published on the official website of the government,[/size]
    [size=45]“These days are the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the former dictatorial regime, which was the result of decades of oppression, tyranny, mismanagement, and attempts to transcend and assault internally and externally.” He added, "It is time to heal the wounds and move towards a prosperous future for a people who deserve all good." Al-Sudani pointed out that “our people have been patient and sacrificed a lot and offered martyrs in order to liberate people and the land from the abomination of terrorism and tyranny, and were able to draft a constitution that made the Iraqi person (man and woman) its main focus, and paved the way for building a state of citizenship, and guaranteed the country’s sovereignty, independence and unity.” .[/size]
    [size=45]And he stated, “Our people are waiting for the renaissance, the conditions for which they see available in their country. We do not lack human resources or scientific competencies, nor do we lack natural and unnatural wealth, and geographical location.” Al-Sudani explained, “What we lack is to develop scientific plans and practical programs, and implement them firmly in all fields.”[/size]
    [size=45]And he talked about setting up “an integrated program to address the most urgent problems, and we moved from the first moment to remove obstacles, and financial and administrative corruption was one of them, and that is why we took the initiative from the first days to pursue it and target its centers and tools wherever they are.” Al-Sudani expressed his aspiration to "help all benevolent and keen people in state departments and outside them, to stand by the state and its institutions in this confrontation, which is no less dangerous than terrorism." He stressed the determination to "rebuild Iraq within a clear vision and a drawn road map based on several stages."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sudani noted the start of "the first phase by mobilizing the state's energies towards construction, economic reform and fighting poverty, as we made it clear in our comprehensive government program in which we set priorities, and the second phase is economic, human, military and security development."[/size]
    [size=45]And he continues, “The ordeals and calamities that the Iraqi people faced, with all its generous components, increased their faith, and that their Iraqi identity is the solid bond that must be adhered to. Sub-identities cannot be a substitute for the national identity and the inclusive Iraqi tent.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sudani looks forward to “serious work and cooperation with all friendly countries and international organizations; To overcome the common challenges facing the planet in terms of the environment, climate, desertification, increasing sand and dust storms, water shortages, high temperatures, increasing pollution and diseases, increasing poverty and poor services.[/size]
    [size=45]He warned, “The seriousness of these challenges, and we seek to create partnerships and join hands between countries to confront them. And Iraq opens its arms to every good relationship and partnership in security, economy or environment. Al-Sudani stressed, “the urgent need to diversify sources of income, and not to rely on oil revenues as almost the only source to cover budget expenditures, and it is necessary to activate agriculture, industry, tourism, trade, and others.” And he stated, "We have drawn up plans to encourage internal and external investment and opened the doors to investors and project owners, within a well-thought-out plan and encouraging opportunities." Al-Sudani continued, "The reconstruction and investment movement will need more trained manpower and build more capabilities."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sudani pointed out, "The launch of an advanced program in this field under the name of the Leadership Program to help young people gain the necessary expertise and skills, without forgetting to build military and security capabilities." And he believed that “development can only be achieved through internal and external stability, and internal stability means the rule of law and the restriction of weapons to the state, so we will not accept that there are weapons outside the state’s security and military establishment.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Sudani continues, “External stability means building regional and international partnerships. As Iraq’s strategic location, regional weight, abundance of resources, and influence in the world economy give it the ability to play a major role commensurate with its true size.” He stated, "Iraq's good relations with brotherly and friendly countries paved the way for building bilateral and multilateral partnerships with many countries of the world, and we still have many of these relations ahead of us." Al-Sudani added, "The opportunity is ripe to launch a comprehensive national campaign for building, reconstruction, and developing services throughout the country. With the help of the people, partners, and friends, we will build a strong and capable Iraq for the coming decades, and we will achieve this in our next plans, which we call (Iraq 2050)."[/size]
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