Economist: Airports provinces do not affect the Baghdad International Airport

Monday 27 February 2017 | 20:01
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BAGHDAD / .. economist peace Sumaisem confirmed, Monday, that the increasing number of airports in the provinces of Iraq does not affect the Baghdad International Airport, and with the large number of airports showed that the outlook for the promotion of tourism investment, pointed out that the political forces trying to capture it.

Sumaisem said, for "eye Iraq News", that "the increasing number of airports in Iraq are good signs of increased material resources and trade as well as tourism," adding that "Azdiadha in the provinces does not affect the airport, a native of Baghdad International."

She said the expert, that "provided well represented receptor look to promote investments in the tourist areas in the country," pointing out that "Iraq is ready in terms of availability of tourist places, where religious in Karbala and Najaf, and historical distributed in Babil, Dhi Qar and others."

She continued, "The airports need attention differs from the rest of the project, which seeks to implement the government, it must include a direct exchange companies and Internet and modern technology, the availability of investment requires a consciousness when the concerned authorities to characterize the degree of success the airport."

He pointed out that it "is another telescope represents a form of quotas between in Iraq and the political forces that seek each one to get and grab one of them."