H.E. Prime Minister Dr.Haider Al-Abadi: Confrontations with terrorism, liberation of territories have not prevented us from reforming the economy and other institutions.

Iraq Prime Minister's Media Office
اثنين, أبريل 3, 2017

His Excellency Prime Minister Dr.Haider al-Abadi said that corruption is no less dangerous than terrorism, indicating that confrontation with terrorism and the liberation wouldn't prevent us from reforming the economy and other institutions.

This came during His Excellency Prime Minister's speech at the Iraq Energy Forum held in Baghdad on Sunday, where he welcomed guests in the capital Baghdad, indicating that Iraq possesses enormous potential and promising opportunities, while the government keens to encourage the investment.

His Excellency Prime Minister Dr.Haider Al-Abadi added that the government is seeking to take advantage of each barrel of oil to serve the citizen, to develop the country and to get benefit from every torch of gas was wasted 90 years ago, where we have for the first time collected the benefit from this gas.

His Excellency Dr.Haider Al-Abadi pointed to the Importance of transformation of manufacturing industries, creating jobs for young people and giving them hope; clarifying that the government is committed to partnership between the public sector and the private sector.

His Excellency assured that billions of dollars have been lost in the past because of the loss of planning; pointing out that the government is moving toward building a strong Iraqi economy to promote the country and not rely on one source.

His Excellency Prime Minister Dr.Haider Al-Abadi said that the state, which it believes will develop on its own, is a false belief and a state that believes it will be far from terrorism in isolation from the region that false too.
His Excellency said that "we are moving towards a new stage for the country to move forward"; demanding the conference to provide the government with more ideas to develop its investment.

Media office of the prime minister
April 2, 2017

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