Kurdistan Government confirms effort to remove obstacles to contractors & investors
Kurdistan Government confirms effort to remove obstacles to the work of contractors and investors
Date: Monday, 02-07-2012 06: 51 pm
Irbil (News) ... Vice President of the Kurdistan Regional Government to the Government's Imad Ahmed is not damage to contractors and investors, noting that it was working on removing obstacles to their work.
This came during a meeting Monday, the Cabinet building in the capital, Erbil, Kurdistan, with contractors Union to attend the Cabinet Secretary and head of the Cabinet Office.
According to a statement received territory sheep meat (News Agency news) on Monday: that Imad Ahmed noted the programme of work of the Government of Kurdistan in a clear and transparent policy of the territory's infrastructure boom, adding: the Government programme is not damage to contractors and investors, but to work as a team for the reconstruction and prosperity of the Kurdistan region.
He, Vice President of the Kurdistan Regional Government: that the Government was considering with interest the work of contractors and work to remove obstacles to their work.
He continued to address all the problems facing the contractors after a Committee of concerned ministries and Office design, and we will work on building laboratories through the private sector, to reduce the problems and obstacles to the implementation of the projects.
The statement said: Emad Ahmed Taleb from Kurdistan contractors Union to evaluate contractors and not allow some people to harm the reputation of the contractors the contractor name, and reconstruction projects.
It added: the meeting discussed ways to improve the quality of projects and ongoing cooperation between the Association of contractors and Kurdistan Regional Government and the relevant ministries to develop ongoing reconstruction and remove obstacles a. /finished/24 u/LR
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