Baghdad Council: Transfer of 50% of the amount of petrodollars to the national effort


 

Editorial Date: 2018/3/30 15:28 • 107 times read
{Baghdad: Al Furat News} Voice of the Baghdad Provincial Council, during the special session attended by the governor of Baghdad to transfer 50 percent of petrodollar amounts to the national effort.
A statement by the Office of the Governor of Baghdad received the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it, “The governor and in a statement after the end of the meeting, he explained that the discussion was discussed conservation plan and examine the possibilities and resources that can provide to promote the reality of services in the outskirts of the capital.
The statement added, “During the meeting, a total vote of 50% of the amount of petro-dollar from the operational budget of the province to the national effort, which was formed in accordance with Resolution No. 96, which included the launch of special allocations for the Husseiniya and Diyala bridge area.”
He explained that “the Ministry of Finance was in need of the issuance of this resolution because there are no special allocations for the national effort, and was discussed allocations of the province and agree to launch 85% of the province and 15% of the Secretariat of Baghdad.
The governor pointed out that “the Ministry of Finance must deal seriously with this decision to be able to maintain the solution of service problems in the outskirts of the capital as soon as possible,” noting that “the effort of the province and its potential present and fully energized when the launch of financial allocations to move the wheel of reconstruction and the advancement of this important file.” is over

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