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    UN grants Iraq $ 75 million for reconstruction of liberated cities

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        UN grants Iraq $ 75 million for reconstruction of liberated cities Empty UN grants Iraq $ 75 million for reconstruction of liberated cities

    Post by Rocky Wed 17 Jan 2018, 2:24 pm

    UN grants Iraq $ 75 million for reconstruction of liberated cities
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    The Committee on Economy and Investment in the House of Representatives on Wednesday, the United Nations grant Iraq $ 75 million for the reconstruction of cities liberated from the control of the (Daash).
     
    "The United Nations has launched a sum of 75 million dollars for the reconstruction of the cities destroyed by terrorism," said committee member Noura al-Bijari. "The Iraqi government is counting on donor countries to rebuild destroyed cities."
    Al-Bijari added that "the federal budget bill for 2018, free of any compensation for displaced persons and allocations for the reconstruction of these cities."  
     
    It is noteworthy that the State of Kuwait is scheduled to witness during the month of February next to host a conference of donor countries to support the reconstruction of Iraq after the liberation of its territory from terrorism, and includes the conference to provide a report by the Iraqi government on the amount of destruction and the amounts required for the completion of reconstruction projects, Investment opportunities for participating companies.  
     
    According to the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mehdi Alalak, Iraq needs about 100 billion dollars to rebuild the service infrastructure in the liberated areas, while confirming the absence of the budget of the current year 2018 of financial allocations for the reconstruction of destroyed areas. 






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