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KRG allocates two billion dinars to projects in Erbil

Category: Kurdistan

Date: 2021-06-13T11:40:03+0000
KRG allocates two billion dinars to projects in Erbil
Shafaq News/ Kurdistan's Ministry of Municipalities and Tourism said that the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) had approved two-billion-dinar worth projects in Erbil. 

The Ministry said in a press release today, Sunday, allocated 2,120,809,000 Iraqi dinars to execute projects in Erbil Municipality. 

"The amount is mainly 15% of the Municipalities income, 100% of Municipality Chair lands' sales," the statement said, "the projects to be established or completed with this amount is 25."

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