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    Al-Sudani: Not all graduates can be absorbed into government jobs

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani announced, on Wednesday, that the agricultural plan exceeded 7.5 million dunams in all governorates, and while he called on farmers to follow marketing procedures to obtain the appropriate price, instead of selling the crop to the merchant, he indicated that it is not possible to absorb all graduates in government jobs.
    And a statement by Al-Sudani's office said, "Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani handed over a financial check due to the first farmer who marketed his crops of wheat and barley in Wasit."
    "Supporting agriculture is not a luxury," Al-Sudani said in a speech during the launch of the marketing season for wheat and barley crops in Wasit, noting that "the government is facing an existential crisis and the crisis of securing food for the people."
    And he continued, "The government began its work at the beginning of the agricultural season, and the agricultural plan presented to it was about 4.5 million dunums, in light of the conditions of water scarcity facing the region and Iraq," explaining that "the areas of the agricultural plan were distributed on irrigated lands only, and other regions depend on Artesian wells, and after the current rainy season, the agricultural plan exceeded 7.5 million dunums in all governorates.
    He added, "Farmers suffer from the problem of timing their supply of fertilizers, due to decisions restricting their import, and a decision was taken by the Council of Ministers to lift this restriction for the private sector to import fertilizers," pointing to "addressing the security determinants of fertilizer imports, and we have overcome this problem, which was causing the lifting of fertilizers." The price of fertilizer and its impact on farmers.
    He stressed, "There is an effort by the Ministry of Industry to operate the full production capacity of factories, whether they are managed by the ministry or operated by investment with the private sector." It is included inside and outside the agricultural plan, because wheat and barley are important strategic crops for food security.
    He stated that "the government noticed in these areas a clear weakness in the use of the sprinkler irrigation system in the governorate, and of the total of these areas, there are 1445 dunums that use sprinkler irrigation systems and the use of wells with the limits of 6422 dunums, in light of the water scarcity that is the most prominent in the history of Iraq," noting that "Sprinkler irrigation methods are not only a treatment for water scarcity, but also the best way to increase productivity."
    And he went on to say, "We want productive agriculture, starting with the use of high-yielding varieties and the use of mechanization and fertilizers, and all of these operations provide an economic return parallel to the farmers' efforts," explaining that "the government's duty is to provide sprinkler irrigation systems and grant loans to those who use them."
    And he continued, "We will support either the outputs or the inputs of the agricultural process. We can raise the price from 850 thousand dinars per ton to reach one million dinars, but we want to target the real farmer," calling on farmers and farmers not to "hand over or sell their crops to the office or the merchant, as financial allocations It is insured, and every 10 days there is funding for the Ministry of Commerce, which in turn funds the provinces.”
    The prime minister reassured all peasants and farmers, calling on them to "follow marketing procedures, in order to obtain the appropriate price, instead of selling the crop to the merchant under the pretext that the government will be late in paying the dues, and these are problems that the farmers faced, but they were addressed."
    He added, "I communicate daily with the Ministry of Commerce in order to secure financial allocations and the flow of exchange, and the employees work morning and evening meals for this," noting that "the government has put in its ministerial platform support for small farmers, by activating the lending fund and granting soft loans, and the fund It is chaired by the Minister of Agriculture, and his allocations are from the budget or from recovering the amounts of the agricultural initiative.
    The Prime Minister stressed, "Supporting every farmer or farmer who goes towards agricultural projects, whether at the level of cabinet decisions or decisions to protect the national product," pointing out that "it is not possible to accommodate all graduates in government jobs, so we will support full-time agricultural graduates from colleges." Agriculture, veterinary, institutes and preparatory schools, by allocating land to them and granting them agricultural loans. 
     




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