This project is implemented with great success in the Arab and foreign countries, and we appreciate the adoption of the ministry of this project.
BAGHDAD / obelisk announced Minister of Construction of Housing, Municipalities and Public Works Tariq Kikhany, on Tuesday, the ministry has sought to implement the project 'localize' the employees' salaries at the Commercial Bank of Iraq in order to invest, as he emphasized that it will contribute to the construction of residential complexes them.
The ministry said in a statement, said that the 'Minister of Construction of Housing, Municipalities and Public Works Tariq Kikhany held a meeting with TBI director Hamdiya dry', noting that 'research project resettlement ministry staff salaries at the bank meeting to be invested in the construction of residential complexes them'.
He Kikhany according to the statement that 'the ministry is keen on providing housing units for employees in particular and the rest of the state employees in general', pointing out that 'access to the final version of the project and Ttabekaya successfully in the ministry would open the door to the rest of the ministries and resolve a large part of the housing crisis'.
For her part, Director of the Commercial Bank of Iraq Hamdiya dry according to the statement, that 'this project implemented with great success in the Arab and foreign countries, and we appreciate the adoption of the ministry of this project'.
Dry and pointed out that 'The ministry was one of the first ministries that used credit cards to its employees' salaries system, as employees can now receive their salaries from an ATM in the organs of the ministry and a number of areas of Baghdad and the provinces and countries of the world'.
It is noteworthy that Iraq is suffering a severe housing crisis due to the growing population, relative to the number of residential complexes, in addition to the inability of citizens with limited income from the construction of its own housing units, because of the high cost of land and construction materials.
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