Al-Kazemi expresses his confidence in achieving a “promising” economic future for Iraq


Policy- 07-04-2022 04:00 PM – Number of readings: 6012

On Monday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi expressed his confidence in achieving a “promising” economic future for Iraq, while affirming the government’s determination to move forward with reforms to provide better livelihoods for Iraqis.

Al-Kazemi’s office said in a statement received by “Dijla”, that “Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi received today, Monday, the Special Representative of the World Bank in Iraq, Ramzi Noman, on the occasion of the end of his work, and the meeting witnessed a review of the challenges facing the countries of the region in the fields of energy production, and changes climate”. Al-Kazemi praised, according to the statement, “the role played by the World Bank in supporting the reform directions implemented by the government, especially when the consultations are consistent with the Iraqi conditions and understand the Iraqi economic privacy,” noting that “the government is determined to proceed with reforms, in order to provide Better livelihoods for the Iraqi people. He stressed that “the reform efforts adopted by the government have begun to bear tangible results through the economic indicators published by international organizations,” reiterating his confidence in “the promising economic future of Iraq, which will be led by the younger generations . ” For his part, the representative of the World Bank expressed his appreciation for “the efforts of the Iraqi government in the field of economic reform, and its ability to implement it despite the difficult challenges,” praising “Iraq’s efforts in the field of achieving regional economic integration in partnership with the rest of the countries in the region, which is ultimately in the interest Iraqi”.

https://www.dijlah.tv/index.php?page=article&id=311661

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