Baghdad Al-Quds Committee discusses the development of 20 plaza in Baghdad

Views Date 13/04/2017 - 18:46

Economics News / Baghdad ...

The Baghdad-based committee, headed by Naseer Shamma, discussed the development of 20 squares in the capital Baghdad within a maximum of 240 days.

"The committee met on Wednesday, in the presence of its president, musician Naseer Shamma, representatives of the Prime Minister's Office, the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, the Ministry of Water Resources, the Central Bank, the Secretariat of Baghdad, the NGO Department and the Baghdad Operations Command," the Baghdad News Agency said in a press release. The Makiya Foundation and the Association of Banks to discuss the mechanism of the work of (Alq Baghdad), which was designed through the most important consulting offices to develop 20 yards in the capital Baghdad within a maximum period of 240 days, "adding that" identified the committees that will be the bidding and analysis and agree with the consulting company, All squares during the third of next May. " May 11 will be the deadline for bids and bids from executing companies.

She explained that "the projects approved by the Prime Minister, Dr. Haider Abadi, were discussed within the initiative put forward by the artist Nasir Shamma to develop the squares of Baghdad in addition to providing the financial cover for the development of the banks of the Tigris River in Abu Nawas Street, Baghdad Forest and the UNESCO Theater in Baghdad, Director-General of UNESCO Irina Bokova. "

She stressed that "the Association of private banks and with great blessing and practical by the Governor of the Central Bank, Dr. Ali Alaq and the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers adopted the idea of ​​physical coverage of the development of the squares of Baghdad and other projects," explaining that "all projects are under the supervision of the Secretariat of the capital of Baghdad."

On the other hand, the statement quoted the head of the committee "Baghdad Baghdad", artist Nasir Shamma, as saying that "the Iraqis will soon see positive changes to their capital, which will be given by what it deserves," asserting that "the experience of Al-Baghdad will establish the strong relationship between civil society And the private and public sectors.

While the head of the Association of Private Banks, Wadih al-Hanalal, said that "private banks have donated to finance the development of 20 square meters in the capital Baghdad at a cost of 8 billion dinars," adding that "the banks to finance these projects is keen to develop the capital Baghdad and create recreational places for all Iraqis" .

He stressed that "there are many projects by the Association of Banks at various levels to serve the Iraqis," noting that "the social responsibility of private banks, we must develop our country and help the Iraqi people out of the current crisis."

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