Government opens Diwaniyah branches of the Rafidain Bank in Shinafiyah


Diwaniya / improve Zergany

Local government opened province of Diwaniyah, Rafidain Bank branch building new district Shinafiyah southwest of the province, and as pointed out that the new branch will work to end the banking transactions without the need to travel to other administrative units, the rest of the banks invited to open branches in the governorate.
The head of the Council of the province of Diwaniyah Jubair Salman al-Jubouri, in an interview with (long-Presse), "The local government has opened today, a new branch of the Rafidain Bank in hand Shinafiyah, southwest of the province, to provide banking services to all the people speaking, and easing momentum that ails bank branches in the city center. "
The al-Jubouri, "sons of the need to banks in their areas though, especially after increasing the proportion of its population and the presence of dozens of government departments in," returned "This will enhance business and other banking services in the rates."
For his part, Deputy Governor for Financial Affairs Mohammed Abbas al-Jubouri, in an interview with (long-Presse), that "the bank building included many of the banking departments," stressing that "the new branch will increase the movement of economic activity in the district, which is from the farthest areas of the province all other administrative units, and deprived of all banking services. "
Jubouri said that "the bills of services and current accounts and savings instruments certified will be available in front of the children of hand, in addition to the revitalization of agriculture, industry and trade sectors," calling on the rest of the commercial banks to "open branches in the administrative units to make it easier for citizens fulfill their banking transactions, without the need to the trouble of traveling from one town to the other. "
Jubouri and that "the local government will allocate land for the project free of charge to the beneficiary, and make it easier for the rest of the banks wishing to open branches implementation procedures."
The province of Diwaniya (180 km south of Baghdad), the second poorest Iraqi provinces, according to official statistics issued by the Ministry of Planning, which constitute the poverty rate of about 35%, but it rose to 45% during the past two years.