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French report: Half a million Iraqis threatened with unemployment because of US sanctions on Iran

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French report: Half a million Iraqis threatened with unemployment because of US sanctions on Iran

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Aug 16, 2018 10:38 pm

French report: Half a million Iraqis threatened with unemployment because of US sanctions on Iran

16-08-2018 12:10 PM

The Euphrates -

A half-million Iraqis working in the tourism sector are threatened with loss of their jobs due to US sanctions on Iran, which has led to a decline in Iranian visitors, according to a French report.

"Najaf is experiencing a severe economic crisis after the imposition of US sanctions on Tehran, which has led to a decline in the number of Iranian visitors and turning their hotels into empty buildings and stagnation of trade," the press agency reported in a report.

"Every year, about one and a half million pilgrims visit Najaf, one of the most sacred shrines in the world, with the exception of the participants in the 40th visit, the largest Shiite gathering in which millions are participating," the agency said.

"More than 85 per cent of visitors arrive from Iran," the agency quoted the chairman of the Najaf Hotels Association, Saeb Abu Ghneim, as saying.

According to the agency, the suspension of Iranian visitors to Shiite shrines in Iraq is expected to have serious repercussions for a large sector of 544,000 people working directly and indirectly according to the 2017 census.

The amount of $ 5 billion of religious tourism revenues is 3% Per cent of GDP, according to the World Tourism and Travel Council.


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