Governor of Kirkuk called Abadi to fiscal conservatism dues

2016-07-21 at 09:50

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Governor of Kirkuk said Najmuddin Umar Crean, Thursday, conservative economic challenges, calling for fiscal conservatism's dues. The price of Prime Minister Haider Abadi, Kirkuk's role in addressing the challenges.

The Governor's Office said in a statement/balance of news copy, "the Governor of Kirkuk Najmuddin Umar Karim met Prime Minister Haider Abadi last Office in Baghdad.

The statement added that "the two sides discussed political and economic conditions in Iraq, particularly Kirkuk and Hawija edits and areas southwest of Kirkuk in the light of the positive results achieved by the federal security forces across the fronts and the sacrifices offered by the two police forces walasaish and joint protection devices for Kirkuk."

He continued, "the two sides discussed the importance of the joint coordination of all security forces and police officers file Kirkuk and the relationship between the province and the Ministry of the Interior and the resolution of outstanding issues."

He explained, "it was to follow the humanitarian crisis that Kirkuk received more than 600, 000 people displaced, and the efforts of the administration of Kirkuk in relief of displaced people and the importance of helping Kirkuk, preparations for receiving flood victims be edited operations starting hawijah, the pressure maintenance and service institutions particularly the electricity sector and not allowing the conservative share of the bypass.

And in between, he discussed "Kirkuk albetrdolar customizations for benefits past period along with the conservative share of the regions development customizations", noting that "the two sides stressed the importance of supporting and assisting the particular area of Kirkuk displaced because they pose an additional challenge to Kirkuk and its citizens and enterprises need SOA development programme ensures the safe return of the liberated areas".

In turn, during the statement, "Abadi price played Kirkuk Kirkuk residents joined challenges and support for the security forces," "great understanding of the challenges and problems facing Kirkuk, particularly in the economic and humanitarian fields."

Karim said that "Kirkuk is facing economic challenges in the economic circumstances faced by Iraq," pointing out that "residents of Kirkuk are demanding need for fiscal conservatism dues plus entitlement Kirkuk as concisely as possible by constitutional transfer of power to the problems and challenges of the federal ministries in dealing with it."

He stressed the "importance of pumping crude oil halted since March this year to ensure additional resources for Iraq and Kirkuk."