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Post by claud39 on Sun Nov 17, 2019 7:18 am

Allocation of 205 billion dinars to the province of Babylon


17/11/2019



Allocation of 205 billion dinars to the province of Babylon 17872





Economy News - Baghdad



The Ministry of Commerce announced the allocation of 205 billion dinars for the implementation of projects in various sectors in the province of Babylon.

In a statement read by Al-Eqtisadiah, Minister of Commerce Mohammad Al-Ani said that Al-Ani chaired a meeting of the committee supervising the implementation of the reforms and listening to the demands of the demonstrators in Babil province.

He added, "The allocation of 205 billion Iraqi dinars to implement projects in different sectors in the province of Babylon, these projects include the cladding of different streets and the development of central islands and sidewalks and sewerage networks projects."

Al-Ani stressed the importance of listening to the demands of peaceful demonstrators and dealing with them quickly and implementing the government's directions through the reforms announced by the Council of Ministers, which included service sectors, launching projects and appointments.

He added that "all the demands of the protesters have been submitted to the Council of Ministers and the competent authorities multiple measures taken by 90% of those demands , " he said, adding that it included the implementation of service and construction projects and projects of wastewater treatment and construction of schools and paving the streets and paving of roads. "



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