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The US Embassy is looking into mine clearance issues in liberated areas

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 The US Embassy is looking into mine clearance issues in liberated areas Empty The US Embassy is looking into mine clearance issues in liberated areas

Post by rocky on Thu 11 Jul 2019, 4:02 am

Health The US Embassy is looking into mine clearance issues in liberated areas
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Editor: Khaled Ibrahim

A delegation from the Ministry of Health on Wednesday discussed demining issues in the liberated areas with the US Deputy Ambassador in Baghdad at the embassy.

"Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health and Environment, Kamran Ali Hassan, and Director General of the Mine Action Department, Khalid Rashad, met with US Deputy Ambassador Joe Hood and a number of embassy staff at the US Embassy," the US embassy said.

The statement added that "the delegation of the Ministry of Health discussed with the Deputy US Ambassador and Embassy staff, issues of mine clearance in liberated areas."

"The United States is the largest donor to conventional weapons destruction activities in Iraq, where it has invested more than $ 468 million since 2003 to clear Iraq's land - and return the land to its owners," the statement said.


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