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Half a trillion dinars to improve the service reality in Basra

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Half a trillion dinars to improve the service reality in Basra

Post  RamblerNash on Wed Sep 05, 2018 11:20 am

Half a trillion dinars to improve the service reality in Basra



Prime Minister Haider Abadi
 
09/05/2018

Economy News Baghdad

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi ordered the allocation of half a trillion dinars (500 billion dinars) to improve the service reality in the province of Basra.

The deputy for the province Amer Fayez, in remarks followed by "economy News", "The Prime Minister Haider Abadi, during a meeting yesterday with a number of deputies and the local government to allocate 500 billion dinars to improve the service reality in the province.

Fayez added that "the allocation of these funds comes within quick solutions to address the problems of the province," noting that "desalination projects are strategic and long-term projects."

The Prime Minister Haider Abadi said on Tuesday that the water station in Basra will be run early next month, adding that the problem of salinity of water in Basra dates back to the eighties of the last century.

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