Abadi: Iraq will emerge from the financial crisis stronger than before
Wednesday, 18
November 2015 13:39

Shafaq News / The Prime Minister , Haider al-Abadi expected on Wednesday that Iraq comes out stronger from the financial crisis facing it because of lower oil prices and the global markets, as called Salahuddin Provincial Council to hold its meetings within the province after the return of most of the families that had been displaced previously before the liberation operations of their cities.

Abadi said in his speech during the ceremony hosted by the Martyrs Foundation to honor a group of elites and competencies of the families of the martyrs today, "We will emerge from the financial crisis as a stronger country and establish a strong economy and not to depend on oil only as we are on the right path."

Abadi added "We live another challenge which is the extension of the earlier challenge, the challenge of terrorism as most of those terrorists are linked to the ousted Baath , we have information about them, and there are studies that confirm this."

He said "a year ago the terrorist threat was threatening Baghdad , today we fight them in the areas that they occupied, and achieve victories on them and freed very large areas, thanks to the sacrifices and the blood of heroes of our armed forces of the army , police , Popular mobilization Units , Peshmerga and the tribes,"

Abadi called provincial councils that have been liberalized to be present in their provinces and hold meetings there, pointing out that "it is unacceptable to hold their meetings in another place as most of Salahuddin province displaced people have returned to it and the members of the provincial council must be present with their people in the province." http://english.shafaaq.com/politics/...an-before.html