Minister of Construction and calls to intensify efforts to lift the rubble of Falluja, Saqlawiya and Karma

2016/9/12 19:48


It called on the Minister of Construction and Housing and public municipalities Ann wholesome Aussie to intensify efforts to lift the rubble of Falluja, Saqlawiya and Karma.

According to a ministry statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it on Monday Ossie "visited the cities of Falluja, Saqlawiya and Karma in the province of Anbar in a field tour to direct supervision of the ministry's campaign to lift the debris and cleaning during the Eid al-Adha holiday in preparation for the return of displaced persons to their homes just after the Eid, and accompanied round ministerial delegation that included art dealer Jaber Abdul Khaja and Inspector General Majed Jaber, Director General of the Directorate of municipalities Ali Hussein.

She stressed the minister said that "the ministry has mobilized all its efforts and exceptionally in its own campaign to lift the debris and cleaning with the participation of 103 automatic service specialist until today Kalqlabat and Alhvlat and Alcabsat and other affiliated to the ministry and municipal departments in the provinces corporate executive," adding that "the ministry has been at the forefront of the ministries that responded to the directives of Prime Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in order to support and assigning the return of displaced people and end the humanitarian suffering. "

She stressed during a meeting with the engineering and technical staffs on the need to intensify efforts and teamwork in order to complete the campaign as the best according to what was planned as the division of labor on the four teams, including two in Fallujah and one in the vine and the other in Saqlawiyah. "

She called Ossie during a meeting with representatives of local tribal police and the crowd on the importance of the Joint Coordination and examining the work sites of mines and improvised explosive devices and other debris before lifting and cleaning operations in order to preserve the lives and safety of our associates. "