Saddam Hussein tours 3 buildings under construction in Baghdad
Iraq, Politics, 10/13/2000
The Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has toured three buildings under construction in Baghdad and joined a meeting at the ministry of military processing in an indication means to deny claims which remarked his deteriorated health conditions and that he is no more able to make tour on projects carried out by the state.
He, on the other hand, called for supporting " our brothers in Lebanon" through an agreement" to sell oil at preferential prices" and asserted his instructions on " supporting the Palestinian uprising."
Within 24 hours President Hussein toured the new building for " the state's building for orphans care " in al-Karakh. He called on the Iraqi engineers to " create skillful workers ."
Then the Iraqi president visited " al-Rahman mosque " sites which he ordered to be built in " the horse-race area" in al-Mansour district in Baghdad and then to " Saddam mosque " site which has been built on the land of the old airport of Baghdad since 1998 and Saddam wants it to be " the largest mosque in the world.
Meantime, the Iraqi news agency on Tuesday said that Saddam gave his instructions to give a financial donation to Lebanon, which is an amount of crude oil at a cost of US $ 10 million.
On the other hand, the Iraqi minister of health Omid Midhat Mubarak with the Palestinian charge d'affairs in Baghdad Najah Abdul Rahman means and arrangements to reach medical aids to the territories of the Palestinians government.
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