Abadi adviser: Iraq is undergoing "financial warning"

Financial advisor to the prime minister revealed the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, said that the country's transition "financial warning" to maintain financial sustainability.
Saleh said, that the current had to be ready for any emergency and what requires now to do is to maintain the financial sustainability within the priorities that include defense of the homeland and support the security forces and the crowd in addition to staff salaries totaling about 7 million employees fend them all four people, which means they represent The majority of the people, adding that health, education and social welfare sector. And the state's ability to pay its employees, confirmed that assertion to this subject as difficult now that the exile is not true but the state is keen to provide a salary but he also said the government is planning to day and night for the worst.
Saleh said the oil ministry continues to the present time negotiations described the seriousness with oil investment companies to agree on a formula that will postpone some of the entitlements of those companies.
He pointed out that Iraq is not in debt at the present time any one of those companies, but the price of oil at the signing of contracts for those companies was exceed $ percent and are currently around $ 33, saying that the decline of global oil prices is a strategy game will end one day and come back the situation as it was.