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Abadi: our economy will emerge stronger from the current crisis
Wednesday January 20 2016 - 22:30
The prime minister Haider al-Abadi, Wednesday, that the Iraqi economy will emerge stronger from the current crisis, while stressing the need to find sources other than oil.
Ebadi said in a speech before heading to Susara, this evening, to participate in the Davos Forum, "we went to Switzerland and our participation in the Davos forum is aimed at supporting the economy and the financial side in Iraq," noting that "the Iraqi economy will emerge stronger from the current crisis planning and development."
Abadi stressed the need to "find alternative sources of oil to support the economy after a sharp decline in world oil prices."
On the other hand, confirmed al-Abadi, that "the security forces continues to progress at a time Daash continue to decline," pointing out that "the terrorist Daash lost 40 to 50% of the territory that was controlled, so the world should hear these victories."
And directed Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi earlier on Wednesday, to Switzerland to participate in the Davos World Economic Forum.
And it launched, today, the work of the Davos Economic Forum in Switzerland, and take part in the Forum more than 2,500 of the most important decision-makers in the world's heads of state and government as well as ministers and owners of companies.