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BAGHDAD - The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers held an expanded meeting to follow up the reality of the restoration of the liberated areas and the need to provide potable water to the western areas of Anbar and Ninewa as a matter of urgency.In the presence of the Steering Committee on the Stabilization Project, the Governors of Anbar, Diyala and Nineveh, the President of the Reconstruction Fund, ambassadors and representatives of the diplomatic missions of Arab and foreign countries .
The meeting reviewed the outcome of the Iraqi government's measures to restore stability, especially with regard to the Kuwait conference, which is expected to be held early next year, explaining "the main axes to be addressed by this conference on the reconstruction of Iraq in the post-urgent period."
"The stability team, with all its efforts, is being loaded with new files as a result of the expansion of liberalization, which requires more infrastructure projects for different sectors," said Secretary General Mahdi al-Alak.
In turn, Major General Mohammad Al-Shammari, representative of the National Operations Center, presented the most important achievements of the ministries and the needs of the four governorates (Anbar, Diyala, Salahuddin and Nineveh) during this stage. Mustafa Al-Hiti, head of the reconstruction fund, presented the most important projects completed, which amounted to 198 projects. .
For her part, Ms. Liz Crandi, the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator, reviewed the projects implemented by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), which depends on the funding of donor countries and announced the possibility of rapid intervention to help provide electricity to the Jalawla district of Diyala and to secure a number of main roads in Anbar And the returnees after the salvation of Daqash, to be confirmed at the end of the meeting to start projects to provide drinking water to the liberated villages in western Anbar, and start the rehabilitation of electrical power system in Jalawla. AH
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