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Baghdad Municipality: "Launch Baghdad" the starting point of a strategic partnership with the private sector

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Baghdad Municipality: "Launch Baghdad" the starting point of a strategic partnership with the private sector

Post by claud39 on Mon Nov 12, 2018 6:05 pm


Baghdad Municipality: "Launch Baghdad" the starting point of a strategic partnership with the private sector


Economy News Baghdad
Baghdad Municipality confirmed on Monday that the project "Alq Baghdad" will be the initiative to launch joint projects with the private sector. 
"It is a pioneering project that is the first of its kind in the field of public-private partnership," Amina Baghdad said in an interview with Al-Iktissad News on the sidelines of the completion of the second phase of the Al-Baghdad project. The Association of Iraqi Private Banks and its affiliated banks to finance this vital project. 
She added that "20 yards were prepared in record time thanks to the concerted efforts between the financier of this initiative, the Association of Iraqi private banks and the Secretariat of Baghdad as the beneficiary, as it was keen to follow up work to remove the squares properly." 
"This project is an initiative for other projects that will be conducted in cooperation between the public and private sectors."
The sculptor Abbas Gharib has decorated two of the 20 houses that have been rehabilitated. The first monument was in the courtyard of the museum in the area of ​​Alawi and the second in the field of investigations. 
Gharib said in his interview with "Al-Iktissad News" that he wanted to deliver messages through his work, stressing that "Baghdad is still fortified and will not die." 
He adds that the first monument represents "Iraq's various holdings, represented by the Hammurabi Dam of Hamam, for 280 legal articles. It also contains two frescoes that represent the strength and strength of the Iraqis." 
The sculptor points out that "the second monument represents the reality of Iraq and Baghdadi and his message says that Iraq, despite what has been done is still immune and armor and behind these shields there is tremendous defensive energy." 
It shows that he adopted the third line in his second pillar because he "emerged from Baghdad"

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