, the government allocates 2.5 trillion dinars to fulfill entitlements of peasants


 

The government allocates 2.5 trillion dinars to fulfill entitlements of peasants
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Twilight News / spokesman for the Information Office of the Prime Minister Saad al-Hadithi said on Sunday that the government has allocated 2.5 trillion dinars to fulfill financial dues accumulated to farmers for Soukoha crops in favor of the Ministry of Commerce.

He explained Sabri told a news briefing that “the Council of Ministers decided to market wheat crop for the year 2017 plan and the face of the distribution of benefits of peasants and farmers for the current season and prepare a comprehensive action plan that includes non-accumulation of crop tankers by organizing schedules delivery by harvest dates in their regions.”

He added that the Council of Ministers “face sprayed an amount of five hundred billion dinars per month starting from the month of April until the month of August for the year 2017 to pay dues marketers to allocate 10% of these amounts to the Ministry of Agriculture in order to reimburse the farmers for the seeds of wheat and barley.”

Sabri pointed out that “the Council also decided to” re-allocation of refunds from farmers for loans discharged within the received agricultural initiative of the peasants for the years 2014, 2015.2016 projects amounting to 198 billion dinars to be allocated exclusively for projects of agricultural initiative for Agricultural Bank. “

The peasants have accumulated entitlements for crops of wheat and barley Soukoha for the Ministry of Commerce since 2014 as a result of the financial crisis afflicting the country.

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/341eded4-6035-486a-aacf-fffb62e59f5b

 

 

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