Baghdad and Kuwait agree to start building four hospitals


The Secretariat of the Council of Ministers announced that the Iraqi capital Baghdad and Kuwait have agreed to start construction of 4 hospitals to deal with cancer diseases in central and southern Iraq.

The Secretary General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alaq met with Kuwaiti Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sabah al-Khalid as part of his visit to activate Kuwait’s commitments announced at the International Conference for the Reconstruction of Iraq.

During the meeting in Kuwait, it was agreed to start work on important projects, including a general hospital in Rumaytha with a capacity of 200 beds and 4 hospitals to treat cancer diseases in the central and southern governorates.

A Kuwaiti delegation will arrive in Iraq within weeks to discuss preparations for the start of reconstruction projects in the provinces.

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