Al-Sudani: We are determined to rebuild Iraq with a drawn road map
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Yesterday, Saturday, the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, expressed the government's determination to rebuild Iraq within a drawn road map based on several stages.
In an article published in Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper, the Prime Minister said, "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 the good," noting, "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 it was also able to draft a constitution that made the Iraqi people (man and woman) its centerpiece." It paves the way for building a state of citizenship, and guarantees the country's sovereignty, independence and unity.
And he stated, "Our people are waiting for the renaissance, the conditions of which are available in their country. We do not lack human resources or scientific competencies. We do not lack natural and unnatural resources, and the geographical location. What we lack is developing scientific plans and practical programs, and implementing them firmly in all fields." He added, "We developed 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."
He stressed "the determination to rebuild Iraq within a clear-cut vision and a drawn road map based on several stages," adding, "We started the first stage by mobilizing the state's energies towards construction, economic reform, and fighting poverty, as we clarified it in our comprehensive government program in which we set priorities. As for the second stage, It is economic, human, military and security development.
He pointed out that "Iraq today is an Iraq reconciled with itself, at peace with others, that does not want to harm anyone nor does it allow anyone to transgress against it," expressing his "aspiration to work and serious cooperation with all friendly countries and international organizations; to overcome the common challenges that the planet faces on the planet." Environment, climate, desertification, increasing sand and dust storms, water shortages, high temperatures, increasing pollution and diseases, increasing poverty and poor services.
Commenting on the inability of our youth team to get the first place in Asia, the Prime Minister said, in a tweet on Twitter: “Thank you, our youth, for all that you have presented in this tournament. The strength of the teams you face.
He added: "We will remain supportive of you because you are the hope of Iraq and its footballing future, and we await your brilliance in the Youth World Cup."
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