Abadi economic adviser: salaries were not as important as the war (Daash)


Baghdad / term-Presse
Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister denied the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, on Sunday, the reports about the government's inability to pay salaries, and stressed the government's keenness to provide for the coming months, as pointed out that the employees' salaries, "no less important" for providing the war against al-kits (Daash).
Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister and the appearance of Mohammed Saleh said in an interview to the (long-Presse) that "the government is very keen to provide the employees' salaries," denying "rumors of the news that the salaries are not available in the coming months."
Saleh added that "the employees' salaries fall within the government's priorities and orientations cash or resource," he returned to "salaries were not as important as saving the war against al-accessories (Daash)."
Saleh said that "the government gives importance of financial sustainability, which means providing war supplies and staff salaries Bmeidha and durability, and this is the basis for the concern of the state," stressing that "the government is planning on three Annie levels, medium and long, to provide the employees' salaries."