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Prime Minister: The budget will translate into practice the government program

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Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani confirmed, during his speech at the Sulaymaniyah Forum, today, Wednesday, that the budget will practically translate the government program.

Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani said, during the opening of the Seventh Sulaymaniyah Forum, issued in a statement from his office, which was received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA):

“The holding of such conferences in the presence of this large gathering of researchers and those interested in Iraqi affairs is evidence of freedom of expression and the practice of life.” democracy in Iraq today.  He added,

"We pledged in our government program to provide services to our people and build a strong and cohesive economy," stressing that "the achievement of large percentages of the ministerial program."  He pointed out,

"The agreement on the draft budget law represents a bold step that avoids previous failures, and expresses clarity in the vision drawn for our declared goals in serving the citizen."  And he stated,

"The budget is an important key to opening the doors to a solution to several problems, achieving priorities for addressing unemployment, combating poverty and corruption, and initiating economic reform."  He pointed out,

"Financial and political stability paves the way for an optimal investment of our country's primary wealth, enacting the oil and gas law, and understanding with the Kurdistan region of Iraq in this regard," stressing

"the need to leave the term (unresolved problems), and replace it with terms of sustainable projects and opportunities." shared economy, for a sustainable and equitable well-being for all Iraqis.  He pointed out,

"The painful memory of the heinous crime committed by the dictatorial regime against our Kurdish people in the city of Halabja is a sad occasion, and

we voted in the Council of Ministers two days ago on the project to convert it into a governorate, which is the least we can offer in return for their great sacrifices."  He stressed,

"Our meetings in Erbil were fruitful, and I met a group of heads of parties and representatives of the components, and we talked without restrictions, because we - in word and deed - are people of one country and one destiny."

He praised "the efforts made to reconcile the Kurdish political leaders to unify the ranks, and we supportive of these efforts.  He continued, saying:

"The strife that distorts the unity of Iraq, which sees that the strength of one of its parts is to weaken the federal government or to weaken the other components in the country, was an entry point for ISIS terrorist gangs to pounce on the heart of the state, threatening all components without exception."  He explained,

"We look forward to deep and sustainable economic partnerships that bring us together with brotherly and friendly peoples, and we exchange concern for security with them. With effective and fruitful economic cooperation, only sustainable security can be established."  The Prime Minister affirmed:

"We will never accept that the land of Iraq be a starting point for threatening the security of the neighborhood, and our constitution obliges us not to interfere in the affairs of others, just as we do not accept that the dignity of our land and our sovereignty be affected from the neighborhood or from others."  He pointed out,

"Our government attached, early on, special importance to strengthening the border guard forces, and increased efforts to control them, prevent infiltration, and eliminate any force that seeks to destabilize, whether in the Kurdistan region or anywhere else in the land of Iraq."  He stated,

"Iraq's history, geographical location, economic potential and capabilities, and the human resources it possesses, qualify it to play a pivotal role in the Middle East and the world, in order to become a regional focus."  He stated by saying:

"This week was full of successes and shedding light on a humanitarian issue that links Iraq with its regional and international surroundings through our holding of the climate conference in Basra, where we sought, within our government program, to give priority to confronting the effects of climate change through a number of projects that contribute to reducing emissions, including the establishment of stations." Renewable energy, rehabilitation of closed sanitary landfill sites, desertification control projects, water-regulated irrigation techniques, and heavy water treatments.   He noted,

"We have recently signed contracts for the fifth licensing round to invest associated gas and stop burning it, in order to reduce carbon emissions by large proportions, and we will continue to develop projects that convert associated gas into a source of electric energy."  He added,

"We launched a major initiative to plant 5 million trees and palm trees in all governorates of Iraq, accompanied by the launch of a national guide for urban afforestation, for the first time in Iraq."  He concluded by saying,

"The world can learn many lessons from the battle of the Iraqi people, with their various races and religions, in their war against terrorism."

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