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September 28, 2023[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: The political advisor to the Prime Minister, Fadi Al-Shammari, stressed that the government does not have a magic wand to limit black market transactions, but it is moving forward with confident steps to address it.
The political advisor said in a televised statement followed by Al-Masala: The Prime Minister sent to the world in New York multiple messages about the form of the new Iraq that we want. International relations, internal stability, the fight against corruption, the establishment of security, and the file of services, electricity, and health are among the Prime Minister’s priorities.
He added that the corruption file was present in the Prime Minister’s speech to the world and he called it the “corruption pandemic” and considered it one of the basic challenges that the government insists on confronting, while he issued important messages about human rights, addressing the displaced file, post-ISIS harbingers, compensating affected civilians, and providing the basic necessities of life for their return. And their stability.
He continued that the Prime Minister announced a very important file, which is the approval of the civilian protection policy, as Iraq is considered one of the first countries in the region that will adopt the policy of protecting civilians in wars, conflicts and disasters, pointing out that the Prime Minister’s meetings with the US Treasury and the Federal Reserve were successful, and the Prime Minister adopted the economic networking policy. To advance the country.
He pointed out that the political agreement paper is a binding document for the government, as it is the platform that the House of Representatives voted on, and these are understandings that serve the country.
He noted that the trade exchange between Iraqi and Iranian merchants amounts to approximately 20 million dollars per day, and this causes significant pressure on the currency file, stressing that the government does not have a magic wand to limit black market transactions, but it is moving forward with confident steps to address it.
He pointed out that the government calls on citizens to use the electronic card in financial transactions and that the Iraqi development path is the most feasible from a purely economic perspective and will build a new Iraq along the western side of the country.
He expressed that international companies will work to build city corridors along the development road, which will pass through 10 governorates, reaching the Iraqi-Turkish border, from where it will be connected to the highway network in Turkey.
He continued by saying: The development road will transform the areas located on either side of it, 7 km on either side of the road, along the line (16,660,000 km) into cities, factories, factories, warehouses, and investment projects that contribute to diversifying sources of income.
He concluded his speech by saying: Industrial cities will be established along the path of development.
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