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Abadi talks about the decline of Najaf "economically" and the reluctance of businessmen and investors

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Abadi talks about the decline of Najaf "economically" and the reluctance of businessmen and investors

Post by RamblerNash on Mon Jul 16, 2018 11:21 pm

Abadi talks about the decline of Najaf "economically" and the reluctance of businessmen and investors

Twilight News

10 hours ago

Shafaq News / Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said on Monday his support for peaceful demonstration and expression of opinion and hearing demands to be a sound state performance and serve citizens.

A statement from the office of Abbadi Ward told Ashqaf News that the latter met with a delegation of Najaf residents to listen to their demands. He pointed out "the importance of the real demands, but there are those who want sabotage so that Najaf will retreat economically and that the businessmen and investors do not get it."

"We have taken a decision to cancel the previous administration of the Najaf airport and returned flights to the airport," he said, adding that "Iraq has gone through dangerous conditions by occupying the land, but returned more powerful than the former security, military and economic resistance of the Iraqis and unity and transferred the state from demise to victory and liberation and force."

"The demands of the people of Najaf regarding electricity, water, agriculture, job opportunities, health and other demands have been discussed and solutions have been found," the statement said.


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