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Baghdad today - Erbil
The city of Erbil, the center of the Kurdistan region, is witnessing an accelerated campaign to follow in the footsteps of European capitals, as the regional government has implemented plans for urban expansion that take the city to the global level.
The (Baghdad Today) correspondent said, "The modern urban development extends in the form of waves, starting from the Citadel of Erbil, where the historical heart of the city is, which was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2014."
He added that "no aspect of Erbil is devoid of a distinctive project in terms of design, which meets all decent services and various economic and social activities."
He pointed out that "the Kurdistan Regional Government, over the years, has been planning a modern, advanced network of service infrastructure, such as circumference roads (100 metric, 120 metric, and 150 metric), in addition to continuous development in the rest of the service sectors."
Earlier, the Ministry of Municipalities and Tourism in the Kurdistan region announced the allocation of more than four billion Iraqi dinars for service projects in Sulaymaniyah.
The Minister of Municipalities and Tourism, Sasan Awni, said that "4 billion and 644 million have been allocated for the implementation of 14 service projects in Sulaymaniyah," indicating that these revenues were collected from the sale of lands in the Sulaymaniyah municipality, which will be reused in Sulaymaniyah.
On the same level, the head of the Investment Authority, Muhammad Saeed, said in a press statement, followed by (Baghdad Today), that "in the Kurdistan region, several housing projects have been stopped by this ministerial formation, while many people have spent money on them, and they are waiting for their completion."
He explained that "a number of these projects have been resumed to ensure that citizens obtain their rights, including the Florya City project in Erbil and the Zain City and Aram City projects in Dohuk, in addition to a number of projects in other regions."
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