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    [size=45]Al-Sudani stresses from Karbala the need to make efforts to complete the Shaabaniya visit ceremony
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    02/25/2024
    Hussein Al-Saadi:
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ Al-Sudani stressed the government’s support for the construction industries, pointing out that three residential cities will begin work within two months, while stressing the need to make More efforts were made to complete the Shaabaniya visit ceremony. He directed to take notes and proposals regarding plans to develop and expand Baghdad International Airport.
    The Prime Minister's Media Office stated in a statement: Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani attended a workshop held in the capital, Baghdad, aimed at supporting the national industry, especially the construction industries, in conjunction with the start of work in the new residential cities.
    Al-Sudani stressed, in his speech during the workshop, the government’s seriousness in supporting the private sector and addressing the problems that obstruct its work through the Council of Ministers and the Ministerial Council for the Economy, pointing out that the country is suffering from a real housing crisis that made us move towards the housing sector, which is one of the most prominent sectors that generate Job opportunities certified by international organizations, in up to 89 professions, driven by this important sector.
    He stated that Iraq faces a real opportunity to create a vast national industry to secure construction materials, especially since Iraq possesses primary resources, and there is an urgent need for these materials, pointing to the Al-Jawahiri City, which has completed all the conditions for its implementation without any obstacles or problems, and includes the construction of more than 30 thousand A residential unit, which means it needs a lot of construction materials.
    Al-Sudani also explained that the legal team is now working on completing the granting of the license for the city of Ali al-Wardi, which includes 120,000 housing units. The contract for the city of al-Ghazlani in Nineveh has also been signed, and within two or three months the three cities will be implemented.
    Al-Sudani said: This is an important opportunity for the private industrial sector to provide the construction materials needed by new residential cities, and we must start from an actual success story, and the government is ready to remove any problem or obstacle facing investors, stressing that we want investors to establish factories to provide the materials that go into construction. New cities, and the government will provide them with full facilities.
    He pointed out that the government moved forcefully on the energy sector; Because of the gas burned and the need for money and energy, we have set a timetable to finish burning gas within a period not exceeding 5 years, pointing out that we have reached self-sufficiency through our movement on refineries, and during this year we will stop importing petroleum derivatives, and we will achieve a surplus that we will use to operate factories.
    He continued: We have begun to reform the financial and banking system, and we want the banks to contribute to accelerating development, noting that we are working to rehabilitate local banks, and there are Arab and foreign banks that will enter the Iraqi market to contribute to financing.
    He stressed that Iraq today needs 43 thousand irrigation systems, and we want Iraqi industrialists to establish production lines to manufacture these systems.
    Meanwhile, the Prime Minister’s Media Office stated in a statement: The Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani, followed from the operations and control room in the city of Karbala, the flow of visitors and the smooth performance of the Sha’baniya visit ceremony, which is being celebrated by millions of visitors from inside Iraq. And outside.
    He added that Al-Sudani was briefed on the security measures taken to protect visitors, as well as the services provided to them, praising the camera surveillance system adopted by the governorate, stressing the need to make more efforts in order to complete the visitation ceremony in the best way.
    In addition, the Prime Minister’s Media Office said in a statement: “Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani chaired a meeting that included representatives of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the committee concerned with preparing plans for the rehabilitation and expansion of Baghdad International Airport.”
    He added, “Al-Sudani reviewed a detailed report on the prepared plans and implementation mechanisms, and a number of notes were recorded regarding them and the most important proposals. To overcome some of the problems that hinder work.”
    Al-Sudani directed, according to the statement, “to take notes and proposals regarding plans to develop and expand Baghdad International Airport and discuss them thoughtfully to come up with a vision that is consistent with the government’s approach and direction, with regard to Baghdad International Airport having specifications that are consistent with approved international standards, improving its services, and being an important interface.” “It is worthy of Iraq’s reputation and cultural status.”
    Meanwhile, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani confirmed that ISIS today represents a defeated organization, while indicating that major strategic projects will work to attract partnership and economic integration.
    The Prime Minister’s Media Office stated, in a statement: “Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani participated in a dialogue symposium held by the Baghdad Institute for Dialogue, under the slogan (Regional Communication... The Centrality of Iraq), during which current topics and the course of Iraqi relations with neighboring countries were discussed.” And the world, and the most prominent positions in this regard.”
    During the symposium, the Prime Minister pointed out “the importance of these research institutions in decision-making, and their focus on facts away from confusion and prejudice,” indicating that “the government has set a primary goal for its work, which is to build trust with the Iraqi street, which is itself a criterion for determining priorities in the job".
    Regarding the security axis, Al-Sudani stressed that “ISIS today represents a defeated organization. The recent operations of our armed forces have proven its inability to exist even in remote areas. If stability is achieved and the capabilities of our forces develop, they will strengthen the conviction of the possibility of ending the presence of the international coalition and moving towards bilateral relations.”
    Regarding the foreign relations axis, he stated that “Iraq follows a balanced approach, staying away from alliances and axes, and is open to developed relations with everyone, and has the ability to communicate with them, and also has distinguished relations with the United States and Iran.”
    According to the statement, the Prime Minister reviewed “the aggression against Gaza,” recalling that “the events did not begin last October 7, as much as they are the result of accumulations and years of occupation, oppression, and displacement to which our Palestinian people were subjected, and that the root of the problem today lies in stopping the killing.” And ending this unjust aggression, as a way to contain the conflict and prevent it from expanding.”
    Al-Sudani reiterated “Iraq’s position that rejects its lands being an arena for others’ conflict,” noting “the importance of intertwining interests in the region, and the shift from political focus to economic focus.”
    He explained, “Major strategic projects, such as the Development Road Project, will work to attract partnership and economic integration, and they reinforce the idea of ​​Iraq by proposing an economic bloc, as was previously proposed at the Arab Summit, as projects that fuel development and enhance integration between Arab countries.”[/size]
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