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    Cabinet approves funding for infrastructure projects in Basra and other provinces


    The Cabinet held its weekly regular meeting in Baghdad on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi.

    The Cabinet discussed progress in the implementation of measures to improve the delivery of essential services across Iraq.

    The Cabinet approved an allocation of 4 billion Iraqi dinars for the comprehensive and immediate maintenance of the soil barrier with Iran to protect Basra’s farms and oil fields from polluted water from the Iranian side.

    The Cabinet voted to fund several key projects in Basra, Dhi Qar, Al-Muthana and Najaf provinces.

    The Cabinet received a briefing on the Nebras petrochemical complex in Basra which will provide thousands of jobs and boost the local economy.

    The Cabinet also discussed current and future plans to support the agricultural sector across Iraq.

    The Cabinet approved the establishment of a consulate for the Republic of Lebanon in the city of Najaf.

     

     




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