A research seminar in Wasit on the importance of the offer of Hor Aldlmaj for investment

Date: 2017/4/23 15:15 57 times read

(Wassit: Euphrates News) under the slogan {Hor Dulmaj a miserable reality and a promising future) The Office of the House of Representatives in Wasit and the Council and the University and the Investment Commission held a seminar on the best way to invest in Hor Aldlmaj.

The head of the investment committee in the provincial council, Hashem Maksar Zamili, according to a press statement received by the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it today, "the importance of referrals Hor Aldljj and put on investment to promote the economic reality to maximize imports of financial province in light of the financial crisis experienced by the country.

Zamili said that "revival and investment of the marshes will benefit the economy economically and contribute to the absorption of unemployment and put an end to the migration of peasants from rural to urban as a major source of watering crops and address desertification, so it is an economic resource is unrivaled and should not be left unchanged."

"The province is looking to exploit this moorland to be one of Iraq's tourist landmarks and as a project that contributes to the development of the agricultural reality and improve many aspects," he said.

Al-Zamili said that Horaldalj, a total area of ​​120 thousand acres, is an important water resource not only for the province of Wasit but also for the province of Diwaniyah. "
"Due to the huge potential of Hawr al-Dulamj, which makes it a unique tourist destination, many companies want to develop it through investment and benefit from the natural and economic benefits they enjoy," Zamili said.

The seminar was attended by members of the House of Representatives from Wasit province, a number of its members and the Governor of Wasit and a group of those interested in this matter. "

It is worth mentioning that Hor Dulmaj is a water surface located between Diwaniyah governorate, which is 64% and Wassit Governorate, which accounts for 34% of the world's top fish and birds.