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Today, Thursday (September 28, 2023), Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani stressed, while chairing a special meeting on financing ministries’ projects, the necessity of disbursing financial allocations to them and other investments.
A statement from the Prime Minister’s Media Office, received by “Baghdad Today,” said, “Al-Sudani chaired a special meeting to follow up on the implementation of the government program’s priority projects and their financing in various sectors.”
Al-Sudani discussed, according to the statement, in the meeting attended by the Minister of Finance, a number of deputy ministries, the head of the body of advisors, and a number of advisors, “a group of topics, the most important of which is increasing coverage for the beneficiaries of the Social Protection Authority and the full-time employee, and health sector projects in supporting specialized centers for heart diseases and cancer diseases and increasing The percentage of coverage for the purchase of medicines in the governorates, infrastructure projects in the Ministry of Housing and Reconstruction, and maintenance and transportation projects in the electricity sector, in preparation for next summer, in addition to supporting modern irrigation techniques in the agricultural sector.”
According to the statement, the Prime Minister stressed “the necessity of disbursing financial allocations for these projects, and other investment projects, with a new mechanism that accelerates the completion of the projects, and directed the Ministry of Health to focus on rehabilitating hospitals in Nineveh Governorate in order to raise the level of health services provided to the people of the governorate,” indicating “The priorities of the government program must be reflected in the disbursement of budget allocations,” noting that “the stability of the country depends on the completion of projects, the provision of services, and the fight against corruption.”
Source: Baghdad Today