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    confirms ability of Ministry to implement border roads between Iraq & neighbor States



    Reconstruction Minister confirms the ability of the Ministry to implement the border roads between Iraq and neighbouring States
    January 1, 2016


    Economy/Baghdad

    Construction and Housing Minister Tariq sector include companies can implement border roads link between Iraq and neighbouring States.

    According to a statement by the Ministry of construction has received a copy of news economy Agency on Friday that the "Minister of construction, housing and municipal sector include General Tariq in the official library received the Commander of the border guard troops Lt. Gen. Hamid Abdullah and a number of officers and mattresses to discuss border roads projects parallel to the border with neighbouring States during the meeting to discuss the implementation of the border roads of Iraq with neighbouring States and the development of priorities in the implementation of these projects by importance and feasibility as agreed to take the necessary action to implement the first phase These vital projects.

    He stressed that "the sector include the Ministry attaches great importance on implementation of border roads because of their great importance to the security and economic viability of the country", adding that "the Ministry owns solid companies have high potential and experience to implement such projects and within the required technical specifications"


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    Re: confirms ability of Ministry to implement border roads between Iraq & neighbor St

    Would that be the ability to pay?

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