IMF reiterates support for "reforms" the Government of Abadi and the latter is the correct economic tracks "wrong"

Monday, 20 March 2017 20:16

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Promised Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Monday, down his government in "its reform program" and correct the economic tracks "wrong", as he emphasized the IMF commitment to support the Iraqi government in its actions "reform."

Ebadi said in a statement issued on the sidelines of a meeting with a delegation from the IMF and the US capital Washington, and received Alsumaria News, a copy of it, if the government continues to "its reform program and the strengthening of state institutions."

Abadi confirmed the continuation of his government to "create work and correct the wrong tracks economic opportunities."

For his part, reiterated the delegation, according to the statement, his support for "reform measures undertaken by the government of Iraq and the success of these reforms in the walk."

The delegation pointed out, "the IMF's commitment to this support."

Abadi was assured a delegation from the World Bank, on Monday, that his government does not want to link Iraq with long-term loans, pointing out that it is seeking to create jobs and develop the country's capabilities in many areas.

Abadi arrived on Monday to the United States on an official visit at the invitation of US President Donald Trump.