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    He stressed the importance of the armament file within the government’s program... Al-Sudani issues

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    [size=52]He stressed the importance of the armament file within the government’s program... Al-Sudani issues urgent directives to the Ministry of Electricity and relieves leaders who are reluctant to carry out tasks[/size]

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    06/13/2024
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani issued urgent directives to the Ministry of Electricity, and while he decided to relieve the leaders who were reluctant to carry out the tasks, he stressed the government’s keenness to develop relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran, stressing the importance of the armament file within the government’s program.
    The Prime Minister’s Media Office said in a statement: “Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani chaired the regular meeting on the Ministry of Electricity’s projects and production plans, in the presence of representatives of the Ministries of Electricity, Oil and Planning,” noting that “during the meeting, the Ministry of Electricity’s procedures for the current summer season were followed up.” “The challenges facing its various sectors, ways to address the problems that obstruct the implementation of plans and programs, and the level of response to citizens’ complaints and violations of transportation networks.”
    The Prime Minister stressed that “the government gives the electricity file a special priority, by continuing to hold meetings throughout the year in order to develop and address the root problems, as well as by developing an integrated plan in which investment was included as a party to address in meeting the need for production, and in renewable energy projects, as well as searching for a model.” “An economy that meets ambition.”
    The levels of available storage of petroleum products, including fuel oil and gas oil, and the increases achieved from it were discussed, and Mr. Al-Sudani directed to secure all the needs of the electrical stations for fuel, and to continue equipping private generators in accordance with the established controls, as the Prime Minister directed “the necessity of high coordination between the two ministries of oil.” And electricity in terms of providing fuel, which contributes to the continued operation of electrical stations.”
    It was decided, during the meeting, to exempt the engineering and technical leaders in the electricity sector from those who were reluctant to carry out tasks and respond to citizens’ complaints, and whose mismanagement of the joints assigned to them was proven. His Excellency also instructed to proceed with removing violations of the national network, and to expedite the referral of projects whose efficiency and technical and economic feasibility have been proven. In addition to seeking the assistance of consulting bodies to improve the sector’s management levels, in terms of planning, production, maintenance and collection.
    The Prime Minister followed up on the implementation of electrical interconnection projects with neighboring countries. He also reviewed the plans of the Ministry of Electricity in the field of implementing renewable energy projects, instructing “the formation of a team linked to his office to follow up on the conversion of government buildings to provide electricity with solar energy systems.”
    The meeting witnessed a discussion of the gas file, and the Prime Minister directed the Ministry of Oil to draw up its vision for gas projects, specifically those related to the transportation sector.
    He pointed to “waste of public money in some projects of the Ministry of Oil,” noting that “a number of measures will be taken to punish those responsible for this waste.”
    In another context, the Prime Minister’s Media Office stated in a statement that the Prime Minister, Mr. Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, chaired the third meeting of the Supreme Armaments Committee, during which the armament needs of the types of our armed forces were discussed, to enhance their combat and field capabilities in facing various security challenges.
    Al-Sudani stressed the importance of the armament file within the government’s program, as it is an entitlement linked to ending the presence of the international coalition, and in confronting security challenges and threats in its various forms. He stressed the placement of the required financial allocations for armament in the 2024 budget tables, and explained that the Supreme Committee had taken sufficient time for discussions, meetings with companies, and visits. The faction leaders were also entrusted with determining the weapons they needed.
    The Prime Minister stressed that completing the armament procedures has become a necessary and priority issue, stressing that these procedures are sound and that they are legal, transparent and meet all requirements, and that all observations raised by the regulatory authorities regarding previous contracts must be taken into account, directing the technical authorities concerned to send Its procedures, and then proceed with the legal steps in selecting companies according to the initial research with the countries.
    Meanwhile, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani stressed the government’s keenness to develop relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
    The Prime Minister’s Media Office said in a statement: “The Prime Minister, Mr. Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, received the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Iraq, Muhammad Kazem Al Sadiq.”
    He added, "The meeting discussed joint relations and the prospects for developing and strengthening them in various fields, in a way that ensures the strengthening of vital benefits and interests between the two friendly countries."
    The Prime Minister affirmed “the government’s keenness to develop relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran and the rest of the regional countries, and to launch comprehensive economic and development projects that result in economic integration that enhances security and stability for all countries of the region.”[/size]
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