The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
February 23, 2021 5:53 PM
Mubasher: Today, Tuesday, the Iraqi Council of Ministers held its regular session chaired by the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
Al-Kazemi said, according to the media office of the Prime Minister, that the foreign exchange reserves of Iraq began to rise after it was threatened with collapse, and that it is expected to increase by nearly 4 billion dollars by the end of this month. Since the start of the reform measures and the change of the exchange rate.
The Prime Minister added that corruption has been greatly reduced in the Central Bank auction, stressing that the government is working with well-thought out plans to revitalize the Iraqi economy, support the private sector and provide more job opportunities.
Al-Kazemi pointed to the general commitment of citizens to the health ban, as well as the efforts of the institutions and state agencies that contributed to its implementation, indicating that the escalation of this commitment will enable the state to reduce the effects of the new and more dangerous strain of the epidemic.
The Prime Minister stressed that the land of Iraq will not be an arena for settling scores, warning that absurd missiles are an attempt to impede the government’s progress and embarrass it, but the security services will reach the perpetrators and they will be brought before the public opinion.
Al-Kazemi noted that pre-emptive operations against terrorism are continuing and escalating to eliminate the remaining terrorist holes and outposts.