Abadi stresses the importance of the actual development of the agricultural sector and increase its contribution to the gross national product

BAGHDAD - scales News
Mr. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Monday stressed the importance of developing the agricultural sector and its contribution to the actual increase in GDP, pointing to the need to expand the circle of beneficiaries of this sector, which will contribute to job creation and the advancement of agriculture.
Ebadi said Office in a statement received / scales News / copy of which was that "the Prime Minister said in his speech during the workshop implementation of economic reforms under the slogan (the advancement of the agricultural sector in order to support the national economy) that" some bureaucratic procedures contribute to disrupt the work and procedures, and we have taken a project to simplify this procedures and raise excess episodes obtrusive and we will hold all of the cause in this matter, pointing to the importance of real partnership between the private and public sectors. "
He said the Prime Minister that "citizens want reform and we are working and continue the implementation of reforms and there are obstacles cumulative work hard to overcome and there are attempts to block these reforms, especially of those affected them and tell them that we will continue it and to reduce government spending even if rising oil prices, because this approach is wrong and harmful to the state" .
He said al-Abadi said "there is a possibility to get out of the crisis stronger, but we need the patience of the positive and not despair," noting, "While we are working to implement the reforms and face these economic and financial challenges, we are fighting a war with the elements of the terrorist Daash that require money, weapons and we are working to create a balance of in order to provide the weapons that you need the battle. "
The prime minister noted that "livestock are still up to now is not the required level and must work to develop and make use of them larger." It ended 29 quarters.