Qubad Talabani holds meeting with Slemani's provincial administrators, boosting investment in the city

  2022-09-04 19:43      433 View Count        Comment

In a meeting with Slemani provincial administrations, Kurdistan Region's Deputy Prime Minister Qubad Talabani called for 55 investing projects to be implemented within a specified period of time, stressing that any manager who cannot do his job should resign.

The meeting, held on Sunday, September 4, 2022, came after Qubad Talabani met with Slemani investors on June 26, in which investors criticized and complained about the behaviour and treatment of Slemani's administrations.

At the meeting, the deputy prime minister expressed concern over the slow conduct of investor affairs in Slemani's offices and administrations, saying that citizens are suffering from a number of problems and crises, so it is unacceptable to increase the burden on citizens and investors. "The manager who can not carries his works properly should go home," he said.

Qubad Talabani also noted that the business movement in Slemani is not allowed to weaken any further as Slemani has suffered huge losses and the city's residents have lost thousands of job opportunities. He also mentioned that when an investor project comes to you, you see it as a simple chapter, but the lives and livelihoods of hundreds of people are tied to this simple one, and hundreds of job opportunities may be lost only because of a manager's negligence.

In this context, the deputy prime minister warned the Slemani administrations that he would no longer accept the situation and explicitly stated that he would not accept any negligence from any director or official from now on, forming a monitoring team and supervising the team.

In another part of the meeting, the deputy prime minister expressed his full support for the administrations to use all their powers according to the law to facilitate and conduct the affairs of investors and citizens, and announced that for any good work that serves the citizens, they will be fully supported and will face anyone who puts pressure on the administrations for illegal acts and interferes in their work.



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