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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Jul 02, 2019 10:26 pm

Learn about the most prominent decisions of the Council of Ministers during its meeting

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02-07-2019 09:11 PM

Baghdad / News:
Council of Ministers announced on Tuesday the adoption of several recommendations identifying a certain percentage of the completion of residential projects by the ownership of land to investors, while the approved loan "development and improvement of electrical services project" between Iraq and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Agreement.

"The Cabinet held its weekly regular session today, chaired by Adel Abdul Mahdi, and discussed many issues and topics prepared for its agenda and took a number of decisions," the Information Office of the Prime Minister said in a statement received by Al-Akhbar.

"The Council approved the recommendations of the Ministerial Council for the economy on the cement industry in Iraq, and the Council of Ministers approved a loan agreement (project to develop and improve electricity services) between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the World Bank for Reconstruction and Development."

The Bureau continued that "the Council approved the recommendations of the report of the inspection visit to the province of Nineveh, which includes standing on the reality of service and overcome the difficulties facing the implementation of projects."

"In the housing sector, the recommendations of the minutes of the consultative meeting to determine a certain percentage of the completion of housing projects before the ownership of land was approved to investors and in order to ensure the seriousness of the investor in the completion of the project on his shoulders.

The Bureau pointed out that "in the field of services approved by the Council of Ministers to receive the sewage network in the areas of Bob Sham and Tha'alibah by the Secretariat of Baghdad, and also agreed to amend its resolution No. 213 of 2019 on the grant allocated to the Abbasid and Husayniyya.

"The Council also decided to approve the proposal of the Ministry of Planning on the joint committees for contracts of armaments."

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