(Independent) .. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi detect seek the Iraqi government to remove the army from the cities and the handover of security in the Interior Ministry, confirmed the existence of a financial problem in the country, pointing out that there is a great opportunity to improve imports by increasing production and the agreement on the issue of the province of Kurdistan oil .
The Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said in a statement received by the (independent) said Thursday that “Abadi presided over the Supreme Commission for coordination between the governorates not organized province meeting attended by governors and heads of provincial councils and deputy ministers, to discuss the focus of security cooperation between the provinces and the affairs of displaced people,” stressing that “the end of the meeting is a success of the provinces and the work of building healthy relationships with the federal government to achieve the supreme interest of the country, and the provision of services and infrastructure development. “
Abadi added that the “war against terrorism should not prevent us from providing services to citizens and to support farmers and encourage investment and get the economy moving, especially projects that stimulate the economy and provide jobs for the citizens,” adding that “the financial problem that we face are caused by an increase in consumer spending and other reasons related to the fall in revenues oil production as well as low prices. “
Abadi said that “there is a great opportunity to improve through increased imports and production agreement on the issue of the Kurdistan region’s oil,” pointing out that “the priority to support the armed forces and the resolution of the war against terrorism and to achieve victory.”
Abadi said that the government aims “to remove the army from cities and delivery of the Security Ministry of the Interior, and the local and federal police are to be the basis for the future to maintain security,” stressing that “you must create a sophisticated local security system to the provinces, are able to establish security and stability and the fight against organized crime.”
It is noteworthy that global oil prices continue falling from more than a hundred dollars to below 88 per barrel, due to an oversupply and slowing demand growth and the rise of the US currency, as the price of Brent has fallen more than 20 percent since last June when he was near $ 116 a barrel, supported by unrest in Iraq. (End)