[size=30]Sudanese advisor: Iraq will not be just a 'transit' of goods in the promised project[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Al-Nasseri said, in a press statement followed by NRT Arabia, that "after the disclosure of the development roadmap by the Prime Minister, the guests participating in the conference, neighboring countries and interested parties are invited to submit their proposals about the size of their participation in this economic project in the coming days.”
He added, "Iraq aspires to build a regional partnership for the success of this strategic project for the region and the world, and Iraq will not be just a country that transports goods or (transit) goods, but 10 Iraqi governorates will witness more supportive , industrial and sustainable development projects that will provide tens of thousands of jobs and many more.” projects and factories.
While the representative of the World Bank confirmed that Iraq needs 21 billion dollars in the transport sector.
The representative of the World Bank said in his speech during the development conference held in Baghdad: “Iraq needs to invest more than 21 billion dollars in the transportation sector during the next five years,” pointing out that “the path of development will increase the interdependence between Iraq and the countries of the region.”
He explained, "The development path project will significantly reduce pollution emissions," stressing that "the World Bank is committed to supporting Iraq in modernizing infrastructure and creating job opportunities."
The road to development is a strategic project that will start from Basra and pass through ten Iraqi provinces all the way to Turkey and from there to Europe. Among its advantages is linking the trade of the east and west of the world, while the annual profits will reach approximately (4) billion dollars, in addition to providing (100) thousand job opportunities.
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