Because of the delay in the salaries of the employees.. Mass demonstrations erupted in Dohuk
Today, Tuesday, Duhok employees organized a mass demonstration to protest against the delay in the payment of salaries.
The Dijla TV reporter stated, “The employees of Dohuk governorate organized massive demonstrations to protest against the delay in paying salaries, and demanded justice from the governments of Baghdad and Erbil in distributing the salaries of the region’s employees and opening channels of cooperation between them.” link
Tourism Authority announces the provision of 791 hotels in the holy city of Karbala and Najaf
Baghdad / Nina / The Tourism Authority of the Ministry of Culture announced on Tuesday the provision of 791 hotels in the holy provinces of Karbala and Najaf.
The head of the Tourism Authority, Dhafer Mahdi Abdullah, said in a statement: “The Tourism Authority, under the direct guidance of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, the Minister of Culture, Tourism and Antiquities and the Chairman of the Tourism Authority, formed an operations room to provide the best hotel services to visitors in the holy provinces of Karbala and Najaf,” stressing “the importance of exerting maximum efforts in order to ensure the success of service and security plans prepared to secure the ceremonies of the fortieth visit.”
Abdullah added that “the Tourism Authority has prepared a plan to accommodate the number of visitors in first-class hotels,” pointing to “the provision of approximately 524 hotels in the holy province of Karbala, which contains (62) thousand rooms, while the province of Najaf has equipped approximately (267) hotels that included up to (3000) thousand rooms prepared to receive visitors to Imam Hussein (peace be upon him).
Abdullah stressed that “the government looks responsibly towards the file of organizing visits, as a legitimate and functional obligation, in addition to the economic importance of this file to stimulate religious tourism, which requires the development of plans and programs to accommodate the number of million,” noting “continuous coordination with officials in other countries with regard to the delegation of visitors and the provision of the required facilities at border crossings.”
He pointed out that “the number of visitors to Iraqi territory through all ports of the country, namely (Manthiriya – Zarbatiya – Al-Shayb – Al-Shalamcha – Safwan – Mandali – Kirkuk – Al-Qaim – Baghdad Airport – Najaf Airport – Basra Airport), has so far reached nearly three million seven hundred and fifty thousand visitors from outside Iraq to perform the forty visit ceremonies,” explaining that “the nationality of expatriates is (Pakistan, India, Iran, Afghanistan, America, Canada, Britain, Gulf countries, Turkey, Azerbaijan).”
Minister of Transport: The government is looking forward to creating economic integration with the countries of the region
Minister of Transport, Razak Muhibis Al-Saadawi, confirmed today, Tuesday, that the government is looking forward to finding economic integration with the countries of the region, noting that it is about to complete an important stage of the completion of the great port of Faw.
A statement by the ministry’s media office, received by “Al-Iqtisad News”, stated that “the Minister of Transport, Razzaq Muhibis Al-Saadawi, met with the CEO of the Saudi Ports Authority, Omar bin Talal Hariri, on the sidelines of the meetings of the Maritime Industry Sustainability Conference held in Jeddah.”
The statement added, “The meeting, which was attended by the Iraqi Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Safia Al-Suhail, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transport for Technical Affairs, Eng. Talib Baish, and the Director General of the Planning and Follow-up Department, Mr. Abbas Omran, reviewed the work of the ports between the two countries, where it was emphasized the need to exchange experiences in the field of automation and management and discussion Regarding the work of the Transport, Border Crossings and Ports Committee in the Iraqi-Saudi Coordination Council.
The Minister of Transport confirmed that “the Iraqi government is looking forward to finding economic integration with the countries of the region,” noting that “we are about to complete an important stage of the completion of the great port of Faw, which constitutes an important lung for the strategic development road project.”
He added, “The Iraqi government is keen to strengthen relations and joint work between the two countries,” noting that “the geographical location of both countries guarantees us the success of any joint investment projects.” In turn, Omar bin Talal Hariri ,
CEO of the General Authority for Saudi Ports, said that “ports play an important role in the growth of the economy and the achievement of strategic goals.” Iraq”. link
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