BAGHDAD / obelisk: United States of America announced on Monday, support for the five-year plan to the Iraqi Ministry of Planning between 2013 and 2017, to invest nearly 357 billion dollars in development projects in all parts of Iraq.
A statement from the U.S. embassy in Baghdad received "obelisk" a copy of it, that "the Ministry of Planning launched the Second National Plan for Development in Iraq for the period between (2013-2017), in a ceremony held at the Rashid Hotel in Baghdad under the auspices of the Minister of Planning Ali Shukri" .
The statement added that "the ministry has played a pivotal role in the development of this new plan with the support of government institutions and other relevant Iraqi ministries."
And identifies the National Development Plan in Iraq, the government's priorities in the field of development during the period from 2013 to 2017, and outlines the path that will help Iraq achieve a more diversified economic growth.
The statement stressed that "the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad has, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), to provide support to the Ministry of Planning for the preparation of this plan through administrative reform project" thread "of the IAEA."
The statement pointed out that "during his speech at the occasion, congratulated the Mission Director for the United States Agency for International Development Thomas Stahl Government of Iraq," noting that "the National Development Plan for the period from 2013 to 2017 reflects a clear vision of how to take advantage of the resources of Iraq's large budget and is beneficial to all Iraqis. "
The plan calls for a new national investment of nearly 357 billion dollars in development projects in all parts of Iraq, with a particular focus on the five main sectors of the energy and construction sectors, services and agriculture, education, transport and communications.
The project interdependence of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to support the Strategic Framework Agreement signed between Iraq and the United States, through its collaboration with the Government of Iraq to assist in raising the capacity of institutions dealing with public administration and improve service delivery to citizens
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