Baghdad - INA
The financial advisor to the Prime Minister, Mudhar Muhammad Salih, confirmed today, Tuesday, that the implementation of the Chinese agreement depends on the 2021 budget, indicating that the implementation of the Iraqi-Chinese agreement is in place and with great seriousness and preparation from the government.
Salih told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The implementation of the Iraqi-Chinese agreement is in place and with great seriousness and preparation on the part of the government, but it is subject to investment projects that should be approved at the expense of the above agreement, and to determine the annual allocations for those projects, which requires the inclusion of their financing in the Federal Budget Law." For the next year, 2021, to be accompanied by the approval of the House of Representatives through legislation of the general budget law for the next year.
He added, "The intention is initially directed towards the project to advance the educational physical infrastructure, meaning the establishment of school units, which are an integral part of the readiness to advance the human development of the Iraqi people," noting that "there is a shortage of school buildings of no less than 9 to 10 thousand buildings." Schools in various regions of Iraq.
Therefore, the school buildings project, to be implemented at the expense of the Iraqi-Chinese agreement, falls within the national renaissance of education and human building and providing the objective conditions for that construction. "