Kurdistan’s Housing Minister, Kamran Ahmad Abdullah, and his accompanying delegation discussed reconstruction projects in the province with Kirkuk Governor Abdulrahman Mustapha on Wednesday, according to the province’s media director.
“The two sides discussed reconstruction operations in Kirkuk,” Dalier Samad told Aswat al-Iraq news agency, noting that the minister expressed the region’s support for reconstruction in Kirkuk.
The minister laid the cornerstone of two modern schools inside the city paid for from the development budget of 2010.
“There are 17 services projects with a cost f 6 billion dinars which will be implemented, including the establishment of five sports fields in Kirkuk,” the minister said.
( Aswat Al Iraq )