Nechirvan Barzani: We hope that the financial situation in the Kurdistan region begin to improve during the current year

14/3/2017 3 hours ago

Nechirvan Barzani

Roudao - Erbil

He assured the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, Tuesday, March 14, 2017 that the government has shouldered a heavy burden since 2014, it was hard to carry around without the help of citizens, describing sheltering displaced people , " the most beautiful paintings of Kurdistan."

He said Nechirvan Barzani, during a speech during the opening of water projects in the Dohuk governorate Amedee "This project provides water to about 175 thousand people, which is very important to eliminate the problem of water shortage and we are pleased with these projects in Kurdistan."

He said the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region, "we faced in the 2014 war with unexpected Daesh and fought regulation along the 1100 km," pointing to "the martyrdom of some 1,700 Peshmerga fighters and wounded 10 others since the start of the battles against Daesh."

He added that "Daesh tried to eliminate the peaceful coexistence between the various components in the Kurdistan region, where the demolition of churches, temples and mosques," following up that "after three years of battles Daesh was not able to achieve its goals thanks to the blood of the martyrs and sheltering the displaced has become the most beautiful paintings of Kurdistan."

He explained that "a sudden attack of Daesh 2014 proved to us and should not rely on the other hand, and the need to stay on the alert always," and went on to say: "We hope to edit Mosul soon and that this will contribute to improving the financial situation of Kurdistan province, and begin to improve during this year."

He stressed that "the financial crisis after the entry of 1,000,800 thousand displaced people and cut the region's share of the budget by Baghdad in February 2014 and the deterioration of oil prices forced us to adopt a savings payroll system," directed his thanks "for the staff of the Kurdistan Region for their understanding of government action in order to cope with the financial crisis."