President of the National Investment Authority: we are proud of the projects of the Al-Abbas's (P) holy shrine for being qualitative and diverse

A delegation from the National Investment Commission, represented by its Chairman, Ms. Suha Daoud al-Najjar, was honored to visit the shrine of Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him) this morning.

After performing the Ziyarat and prayer rituals, the delegation had a meeting with the secretary-general of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine; Sayed Mustafa Murtadha Dea-Uddin, and a number of members of its board of directors and heads of its departments, in the presence of the governor of Karbala; Eng. Nassif Jassim al-Khattabi.

Mr. Jawad al-Hasnawi, a member of the board of Directors of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, stated to Al-Kafeel Network, "today we received a delegation including the president of the National Investment Authority, who toured a number of projects of the holy shrine, including Al-Kafeel printing and publishing house, al-Abbas's (p) residential complex, Al-Kafeel technical garage, Al-Ameed Educational Complex, in addition to Al-Kafeel Super Speciality Hospital and Al-Kafeel water factory.

He pointed out that "this visit is one of a series of visits by government delegations and others, to see these projects closely and know the size of the service they provide, in addition to contributing to a significant change and progress in various investment fields seeking to strengthen the local economy".

For her part, Ms. Suha al-Najjar explained, "Today we were pleased to visit these projects where we found a great national work and production capacity, which must be promoted at all levels, and we are very proud of such a national industry".

She added that "these projects are characterized by providing job opportunities and achieving an integrated service and a qualitative leap in work, and what is beautiful is the sectoral diversity and the quality of the project that is comparable to the foreign product, and we found it supportive of the initiative (made in Iraq)".
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