Baghdad - INA
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi confirmed today,Tuesday the completion of 70% of the government program, while affirming his endeavor to overcome obstacles to prepare for early elections.
In a press conference attended by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), Al-Kadhimi said, "The current government is the first to hold meetings with institutions that not associated with a ministry," noting that "the cabinet voted to extinguish the commission's debts to other institutions and ministries."
In what concern the investment, Al-Kadhimi stressed that "the country is available for investment to all countries which have desire to invest, We assure businessmen and investors that we will secure the road safe from any extortion."
He added that "there is no cancellation of the Chinese agreement," noting that "the implementation of agreements and memoranda of understanding with Arab and foreign countries depends on the approval of the budget for the next year."
He pointed out that "the government has reached an agreement with the Korean company to implement the Faw port project with a depth of 19.8 meters."
On the other hand, Al-Kadhimi stated that "the Ministry of Health is preparing the requirements for storing the Corona vaccine with high health conditions," noting that "the government has paid some financial obligations to secure the anti-corona virus vaccine."
With regard to the elections, Al-Kadhimi commented, "The government is working to overcome all circumstances to hold early elections," noting that "the government has achieved more than 70% of the government curriculum voted by the House of Representatives."