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Al-Kazemi acknowledges the "complicated" situation in Iraq and calls for a new page to be opened
Shafaq News / The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi admitted, on Saturday, that Iraq is experiencing a complex economic situation due to the decline in oil prices in light of the Corona epidemic, calling at the same time to open a new page of "hope and optimism."
His speech came during his meeting with the wounded of the Ministry of Interior at the Federal Police headquarters in Baghdad, according to a statement from his office received by Shafaq News.
Addressing the wounded, Al-Kazemi said, "I promised you to follow up on the injured police cases personally when I met you on Police Day, and all your rights are guaranteed, and my presence with you today is to solve your problems."
He added, "I attended a large delegation with the Ministers of Interior, Housing, Construction, Health and Labor, the Mayor of Baghdad, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Finance and the Retirement Department to overcome obstacles and bypass the bureaucracy that prevented some of your rights."
Al-Kazemi pointed out that "there is a major deficiency in providing support for a large segment of the wounded who did not receive their rights, and some of them were completely disabled, despite the passage of a long time since their reviews, and this is a clear failure by the state and successive governments."
He pointed out that "the relationship between the state and governments and the citizen is one of rights and duties, just as heroes perform their duties, as they deserve uncompromised rights from us."
And he added, "We will work to overcome all obstacles and challenges and strive to have health clinics and hospitals that fulfill the treatment of injured heroes, and it is possible to bring foreign doctors and advanced medical equipment to treat them."
Al-Kazemi said, "We need to cooperate together and open a new page of hope and optimism, and face all the difficulties that you have gone through realistically."
He added, "I have set up a program to interview the wounded heroes in the Ministry of Defense, the Counter-Terrorism Service, the Popular Mobilization Authority and the rest of the security services, to address their cases, as they deserve our full attention."
"The country is going through difficult circumstances and a complex economic situation caused by mismanagement and planning during the past years," he added, adding, "We want to build the country and guide our youth on the basis of a culture of life and hope for the future, not the militarization of society and the culture of death."
He concluded by saying, "All your rights will be fulfilled after overcoming obstacles, and we will form a working group to follow up your rights, and there will be subsequent meetings to follow up on what will be accomplished."
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