Al-Kazemi: The Central Bank reserves rise to more than $ 60 billion
The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, announced, on Sunday, that the Central Bank’s foreign currency reserves have risen to more than $ 60 billion.
Al-Kazemi said, in a speech during the laying of the foundation stone for the FCC project) for the Southern Refineries Company to enhance the production capacity of improved gasoline, followed by Mawazine News / that “the Central Bank’s foreign currency reserves rose to more than $ 60 billion after it was 51.9 billion before the reform measures were initiated. the government”.
And, “this increase came as a result of the reform measures taken by the government after many bet on its failure and lack of continuation,” he said.
He continued, “We have succeeded in stopping the waste and the great corruption in the notorious Central Bank auction, and we are proceeding with our procedures, and we will not stop.”
He explained, “Our measures to fight corruption are continuing despite the obstacles that some try to put in place, but we will continue without retreat.”
Al-Kazemi added: “We have completed many projects in the southern provinces that are deprived due to wars and mismanagement, and we have been working with all efforts since we received this government to bring justice to these cities and all regions of Iraq.”
He continued by saying: “We have overcome many challenges and are working to put the country on the right path, and what we ask of our people is patience and a spirit of hope.”