[ltr]2023.05.28 - 17:16[/ltr]
Baghdad - people
On Sunday, Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani received a delegation from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), headed by Zuhair Hamdi, director of the regional program for the Middle East and North Africa at the agency.
During the meeting, the Prime Minister affirmed, according to a statement issued by his office, a copy of which "NAS" received (May 28, 2023), "the government's interest and its continued orientation towards investing in renewable energy and its fields, given its importance in the current and future energy system, in order to face challenges." climatic conditions that threaten the environment in most countries of the world.
Al-Sudani explained that "the government will spare no effort in the process of formulating policies and legislation required to accelerate the transition towards renewable energy, especially with the availability of great capabilities and capabilities available in this field."
Al-Sudani pointed out that "the government has put combating desertification and climate change, and going towards renewable energy at the top of its ministerial program's priorities in the field of energy, and it represents one of the basics of its comprehensive reform approach for all vital sectors, in addition to that this sector represents an important pillar for addressing environmental and economic impacts." climate change, through the promising solutions and opportunities it presents.
The Prime Minister affirmed, according to the statement, "Iraq's readiness to cooperate with the IAEA, and to benefit from its great expertise, in addition to developing operating programs."
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