Cabinet directs the earthquake damage assessment and votes on reducing Tehran

2017/11/14 20:09

{Baghdad: Euphrates news}

In the Cabinet at its meeting Tuesday, chaired by Haidar Abadi President inventory and assess the damage caused by the earthquake that struck Iraq last Sunday in Sulaymaniyah, Diyala and other areas.

A cabinet statement said the Agency received a copy of {Euphrates news} "the Cabinet today with a working group of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, ministries and relevant agencies to do the inventory and evaluation of the physical and human damage inflicted Sulaymaniyah, Diyala and other areas by The earthquake that occurred on Sunday evening 12-11-2017 and report immediate needs ".

"The Board also a deliberative meeting between representatives of the ministries of the Interior and construction and housing and municipalities on the effective operation of the parametric balances under the laws and regulations in force to ministries and monitoring irregularities and propose practical solutions to streamline the work flow to ensure the weights stations Required to maintain public money. "

"The Council voted on draft day and meeting an Iraqi vision for the future of the region based on development and security instead of disputes and wars, and allocate 10 billion dinars from the emergency reserve to the Ministry of health for the purpose of financing contracts for medicines and as the highest priority for the Ministry, in addition to launching 41 billion dinars to finance reconstruction and rehabilitation of water and sanitation services to upgrade the service side in this field.

"Also voted on first amendment Bill to the Law Commission of integrity # 30 of 2011, reducing Tehran categories", stating that "the Council discussed the situation in the region and its repercussions on Iraq and the peoples of the region and position hard in Iraq away from axles and role playing in calm because what Being in the area would be detrimental to all. "

The statement said that "during the meeting to report on the Derbandikhan dam and damage suffered as a result of the earthquake and the Ministry of water resources authorization invitations for international companies to set up a comprehensive assessment in this regard".