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KRG meets to discuss several axes, including assessing the financial situation

Category: Kurdistan

Date: 2020-04-15T10:03:49+0000
KRG meets to discuss several axes, including assessing the financial situation

Shafaq News / Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers is scheduled to meet today to discuss several axes related to Corona virus in addition to the financial situation in general in the region.

An informed source told Shafaq News that the regional cabinet will meet today under the chairmanship of Prime Minister , Masrour Barzani to discuss the latest developments and next steps to combat Corona and continue the commercial movement.

The source added that the Council of Ministers will also assess the financial situation of the region in light of the outbreak of the emerging virus.

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