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Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers opens a number of urban projects in Nineveh
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Al-Ghazi, opened several construction projects in the framework of the reconstruction of Nineveh, announcing the launch of a large-scale reconstruction campaign for bridges and hospitals in Mosul.
This came during his visit to the city of Mosul, along with a government delegation included Minister of Planning Nuri al-Dulaimi and officials of the federal government, and a number of international organizations and the World Bank, to see the projects of urban and service, and to see directly on the needs of the province.
The Secretary-General praised the great cooperation of the people with the security services, international organizations and the local government in overcoming the previous phase and moving towards reconstruction and construction, expressing his support for all local and international efforts for reconstruction.
He stressed that this year will see the completion of large percentages of compensation transactions for those affected in Nineveh, and start to pay the amounts of compensation in the form of meals, as the Secretariat begins the transactions the least affected, up to the most affected.
The delegation also held intensive meetings with the Nineveh governorate administration and local officials to discuss the situation in the governorate, especially in the areas of health, roads, bridges, education and infrastructure.
The delegation described the fire in the city recently, that part of it is deliberate, and the other part fires caused by the burning of agricultural waste, stressing at the same time the need to address and prevent the recurrence of it.
The delegation concluded its visit by opening a number of reconstructed buildings, including the new Faculty of Engineering building at Mosul University, the Al Hamdania Martyrs Memorial and Al Karama Police Station. He also conducted field trips in a number of areas including Hassan Cham Camp, as well as a number of other government buildings and premises .
The delegation received a number of requests and promised to transfer them to Baghdad and presented them to the commander-in-chief of the armed forces to express their opinion.
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