Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced Monday, that Iraq is not bankrupt, but it faces the problems of oil prices, the war and the financial crisis, while called on citizens to beware of terrorists gangs.
PM Haidar Abadi said at a meeting of the coordinating body for the governors and heads of provincial councils held in Karbala city and attended by, “The situation in the country requires a concerted effort in all provinces, especially as we are facing a war and a financial crisis,” explaining that, “Iraq is not bankrupt, but the problem is in oil prices.”
Abadi added that, “In every war there has to be loss and sacrifices.”
Abadi called on citizens to beware of the warlords who take advantage of crises for murder, robbery and kidnapping.