Hakim called for hard work to transform the Iraqi cities to the tourist harbours

July 18, 2016

Light news/Baghdad

Bless the Iraqi Islamic Supreme Council Ammar Hakim, on Monday, joining Marsh and Iraqi antiquities to the World Heritage list, calling for hard turning Iraqi cities into places suited to cultural and historical depth.

Hakim praised, during a meeting with Governor of Basra Majid Nasraoui, today, according to a statement received "light news" copy, "efforts to reach a second vote", noting that "Iraq marshes and archaeological areas need an integrated program between the Federal Government and local governments according to a scientific study and no harm by taking advantage of similar work experiences."

He stressed "the importance of community to change the perception of foreign tourists there is a negative view must stand up and deal with the tourist as a seeker of beauty and impact and providing services to commensurate with the culture of the southern Iraq cities", stressing "the need to provide infrastructure such as paving streets and create airports, hotels good service world tourism in Iraq oil is inexhaustible and not affected by market price fluctuations.