policy , 2023/06/02 10:35 , Number of readings: 156
Hassan Salem, the representative of the Al-Asa'ib (Al-Sadiqun) parliamentary bloc, considered that the government's implementation of the Dry Canal project will end Iraq's hopes of joining the Silk Road Economic Belt initiative.
Salem said, according to a statement by his media office, that "the Dry Canal project is considered killing and destroying development in Iraq by joining the Silk Road Economic Belt initiative, which is denied by some officials and advisors in the government and the Ministry of Transport, claiming that there is no Chinese agreement and Iraq outside the Silk Road, refuting all these doubts and lies from through evidence and documents.
Salem revealed, according to the statement, "a previous address to the Prime Minister in a letter accompanied by 148 signatures from members of the House of Representatives on 3/18/2023, calling for the activation of the Chinese agreement, the completion of the Faw, and the speedy linking of Iraq to the Belt and Road.”
He added, "On 4/27/2023, we received the answer from the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers by addressing the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Transport to take the necessary measures," noting that "if the agreement did not exist and Iraq outside the Belt and Road, the Council of Ministers would have responded with that and it was entrusted with taking the measures that are included in the book.” To the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Transport, as they have the competence.[/rtl]
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