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We will provide necessary funds to reconstruct Basra: Abadi

2018/07/13 | 19:48

(Iraq Now News)- Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Friday that his government will provide the necessary funds in order to reconstruct Basra province.

In a statement, Abadi‘s office pointed out that the government will respond to all the demands of the citizens of Basra.

Earlier on Friday, Abadi arrived in Basra to discuss the latest developments of the security situation in the province.

During his meeting with a number of tribes‘ leaders in Basra, Abadi stressed that he came to serve the people of Basra, as well as providing all services they need.

The prime minister also held meetings with senior officials and commanders in Basra Operations Command.

 On July 8, protests erupted in Basra against shortage of jobs, electricity, water and basic services.

According to security and medical sources, 14 Iraqis had been killed and wounded in the protests.

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