Abadi meet with UN Secretary General & the heads of the World Bank and the IDP
Abadi meet with UN Secretary General & the heads of the World and the Islamic Development Bank Saturday, March 26, 2016 Baghdad , March 26 / QNA /
met with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, here today the Secretary - General of the United Nations , "Ban Ki - moon , " the head of the World Bank , "Jim Kim Jonk" The President of the Islamic Development Bank Ahmed civil.
Abadi stressed, during the meeting, the ability of the Iraqis to emerge from the current crisis stronger, and liberate their land, and strengthen the economy.
"The Iraq began in the reform program through a significant reduction in spending and encourage the private sector and diversify the economy and reduce dependence on oil, and implementation of plans in the industrial, agricultural, financial and administrative sectors."
For his part, "Ki-moon," the United Nations support for Iraq in the implementation of comprehensive reforms and the liberalization of its territory, praising the triumphs of the Iraqi security forces recently, and continue to edit the cities of Fallujah and Mosul. He called the Secretary General of the United Nations once again the international community to support Iraq, while calling on the Iraqi government to enforce the law and the authority of the state.
In turn, the World Bank President said that their visit to Iraq "is to support and assignment of Iraq, and to support steps to his prime minister's reform.
We need increased efforts to fight corruption", announcing the allocation of the bank $ 250 million to restore stability to the liberated areas.
World Bank President stressed that the international community stands with Iraq to build what serves all its citizens.
For his part, the Islamic Development Bank announced the head of the bank's readiness to hold a conference to support the assignment of areas that have been liberated from the "terrorism", stressing the support of Iraq and Prime Minister in his reform agenda and encourage investment in the liberated areas of Iraq.