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Baghdad - IQ
The Ministerial Council for the Economy decided not to grant new approvals and licenses to mills for a period of 5 years.
The Council said in a statement received by ( IQ NEWS ), “Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Fouad Hussein, the twenty-ninth session of the Ministerial Council for the Economy, in the presence of the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Planning, the Ministers of Industry, Trade, Labor and Social Affairs, the Vice President of the National Investment Authority and the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil.” And the Prime Minister’s advisors for economic and legal affairs.”
He added, "At the beginning of the session, the Chairman of the session spoke about the recent tragedy that occurred in the Al-Hamdaniya district, and the Council expressed its mercy for the souls of the victims of that tragedy, directing his condolences and those of the Council to the victims of that painful incident that shook the conscience of the entire Iraqi people and the international community," noting that "the government took all measures." necessary to investigate the incident and hold those who were negligent accountable.”
He continued, "The Council took the following decisions :
- Not granting new approvals and licenses to mills for a period of five years from the date of issuance of the decision .
- Do not promote ownership transfer transactions for approvals and licenses until after completion of establishment and operation .
- Forming a joint committee from the Ministries of Industry and Trade that will conduct an on-site inspection of the approvals granted to mills by the Ministry of Commerce to ensure that they initiate implementation .
The Council approved "increasing the cost of the project to construct the Suez Bridge Interchange in the center of Mosul Governorate, as well as increasing the total cost of the project to rehabilitate and expand Imam Ali (peace be upon him) Hospital in Sadr City."