Discussions between a delegation from the World Bank and the President of the Republic in Baghdad

2021.06.02 – 16:53
Discussions between a delegation from the World Bank and the President of the Republic in Baghdad

Baghdad – people  

The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, received, on Wednesday, the Vice President of the World Bank Group for the Middle East and North Africa, Farid Belhaj, and his accompanying delegation, to discuss ways to combat corruption and support investment.  

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The media office of the President of the Republic said in a statement that “Nass” received a copy of it (June 2, 2021), that “during the meeting, the importance of strengthening cooperation between Iraq and the World Bank, and supporting financial reforms and economic structures associated with what would raise their efficiency, in addition to work and coordination, was emphasized. In order to combat corruption and reduce its effects, support investment and the private sector and benefit from human capital, especially young people, in the process of building a healthy and sustainable economy.  

Saleh pointed out that “the government is working on economic reform plans, addressing the structural imbalances of the national economy, combating corruption and recovering its returns through international coordination, providing citizens’ requirements, ensuring good living conditions, and facing challenges related to the economy, climate change and environmental protection as a priority in sustainable development, in coordination and benefit.” of international experience in this regard.  

For his part, Belhaj expressed his pride in the World Bank’s partnership with Iraq and its importance, stressing the World Bank’s commitment to support the path of economic reform that Iraq has embarked on, and to provide assistance and advice in order to move forward in achieving this.



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