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Housing: Daash destroyed 113 bridges and many roads and we got $ 140 million for the reconstruction

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Housing: Daash destroyed 113 bridges and many roads and we got $ 140 million for the reconstruction

Post by rocky on Wed Feb 24, 2016 6:03 am


Housing: Daash destroyed 113 bridges and many roads and we got $ 140 million for the reconstruction of some


 Baghdad / Acer Jabbar 

It revealed the General Authority for Roads and Bridges, on Tuesday, about the existence of 113 bridge and a lot of damaged roads in whole or in part in the liberated areas of the organization (Daash), indicating that it got $ 140 million from the World Bank loan allocated for the reconstruction of bridges and roads in the provinces of Diyala, Salahuddin . 
he said the media authority manager, Shaukat Kazim, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "the organization Daash terrorist destroyed 113 bridges and many roads in the provinces and regions that raped her, according to the initial statements prepared by the Commission in the liberated areas," adding that "the damage those bridges and roads uneven as some of them totally destroyed partially and the other, but they are not valid for use now. " 
He said Kazim, that" the body does not know the fate of bridges and roads in the non-liberated areas, "noting that" the body got 140 out of 350 million dollars World Bank to fund the reconstruction of areas affected by the terrorist attacks loan, will be allocated for the reconstruction of roads and bridges destroyed in the provinces of Diyala and Salahuddin. " 
He predicted Media General Authority for roads and bridges, director, that" the reconstruction of those roads and bridges begins in Salahuddin and Diyala in the coming days, "and expressed hope that "allocate more funds for the reconstruction of other regions." 
the head of the Fund for the reconstruction of areas affected by terrorism, Abdel Basset Turki, confirmed, in (the 17 of February, the current 2016), the need to support the areas liberated from al (Daash), and in while the detection of seeking to convene an international donors' conference for the reconstruction of those areas and reduce the financial burden on the Iraqi government, and start the reconstruction of liberated areas of the provinces of Diyala, Salahuddin after the availability of the World Bank's loan of $ 350 million. 
Iraq needs a lot of money for the reconstruction of regions that have been freed from the control of organization (Daash), after these areas were damaged extensively, especially as it includes more than three provinces are still in Mosul and other areas under the control of the organization, which requires the provision of more money in anticipation of the reconstruction of the areas that is released.
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