Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi clarified the accuracy of the news of the government’s cut-off of the allocations of security forces.
The transfer of a statement to his office received the agency of all Iraq [where] a copy of him Abadi exile during his visit to the province of Babylon today, “what is promoted by the parties to cut the allocations of our heroic forces,” noting that “at the time of low oil prices and the difficulty of covering the costs did not cut those allocations, Today?!”.
He pointed out that “our heroic forces that have carried out these tournaments will remain supportive in all fields of training and processing because we have work in the field of reconstruction, construction, investment, development and economy, which requires the provision of security.”
Abadi expressed his pride in receiving the file of the inclusion of Babylon on the list of world heritage, which was worked on during the last period with those responsible for this file globally after witnessing the destruction of the former regime.
“As we have worked to include the marshes on the heritage list despite the difficulties and formed a committee on it, we will work hard to include Babylon on the World Heritage List and we will also set up a special committee to work with and follow up with international bodies,” he said.
“When we mention Babylon, the world remembers civilization, and today we also know the world of heroism because we have started the strong, united and prosperous phase of Iraq through the tournaments of our forces.”