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Diyala announces the launch of three service projects east of Baquba

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Diyala announces the launch of three service projects east of Baquba

Post by claud39 on Tue Dec 18, 2018 6:39 am


Diyala announces the launch of three service projects east of Baquba


Economy News _ Baghdad

Diyala Governor Muthanna al-Tamimi announced Tuesday three projects to be launched east of the province. 
The media office of the governor said in a statement received by "Economy News", "Tamimi conducted a field visit to the district of Baldrooz east of the province and met the people of the judiciary and listened to their demands, and the obstacles facing them." 
The statement added that "Tamimi revealed three projects will be initiated in the judiciary," noting that "the projects is to cover the old market road and the establishment of a sewer project for the Sadriyah area, adding roads to the foot of the castle." 
"The local government in the province is working to launch projects according to priority and need, and the Baladrouz district is waiting for more reconstruction campaigns," Tamimi said. "He said.

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