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    Find out what the donor conference in Kuwait will offer for the reconstruction of Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Sat 10 Feb 2018, 2:20 am

    [rtl]Find out what the donor conference in Kuwait will offer for the reconstruction of Iraq[/rtl]
    [rtl] 09 February 2018 - 12:36 | Number of readings: 913   [/rtl]
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    [rtl]After Iraq managed to achieve the final victory over the organization of Daqash, which took over 40% of the country in 2014 began the stage of construction and reconstruction to restore life to areas controlled by the terrorist organization, where the conference will discuss donors next month The State of Kuwait is dedicated to raising funds for the reconstruction of liberated areas in Iraq.[/rtl]
    [rtl]BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq hopes to raise billions of dollars in a conference to be held in Kuwait next month to fund reconstruction after its costly war against a terrorist organization, but many donors fear that endemic corruption could undermine the appeal.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Iraq had declared its victory against a terrorist organization in December after the expulsion of extremists from all the territory they occupied in the country, but three years of heavy fighting resulted in devastating losses, destroying entire towns and neighborhoods.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Kuwait is due to host an international conference in mid-February to rally support for Iraq's reconstruction, with the United Nations, the United States and Saudi Arabia backing the initiative, which has yet to be announced.[/rtl]
    [rtl]"Preliminary estimates of the extent of destruction in the provinces that witnessed military operations against a terrorist organization are estimated at 100 billion dollars," said Zitoun al-Dulaimi, a member of parliament's economy and investment committee. "It is well known that Iraq is experiencing an economic crisis that can not be reconstructed alone. Countries and organizations for the reconstruction of liberated areas. "[/rtl]
    [rtl]Al-Dulaimi said that "the donor conference to be held in the State of Kuwait will contribute significantly to the reconstruction of the infrastructure of the liberated areas and even to other provinces," pointing out that "there is a great concern and concern among donors of the money goes to non-eligible for that will be put forward the proposal to enter specialized companies To build the infrastructure to prevent the exploitation of money by the corrupt because corruption has become a comprehensive phenomenon known to all, and will be disbursed some funds by some countries. "[/rtl]
    [rtl]"The Kuwait conference is expected to contribute significantly to the reconstruction of the liberated areas, considering that Iraq fought an organization calling for a parliamentary terrorist from all countries in the world because the terrorist organization was a threat to the whole world," she said. Iraq will form technical committees elected to oversee the disbursements and reconstruction as the situation in Iraq does not allow waste and loss of money. "[/rtl]
    [rtl]MP Mohammed al-Karbouli, a member of the parliamentary security and defense committee, said that the military operations against the terrorist organization in the provinces that were occupied by the terrorist organization have left a lot of damage, and these areas suffer from the deterioration of the infrastructure and the total destruction.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Karbouli said that "Iraq should pour all its concerns for the construction and reconstruction and politicians to leave their differences for the sake of reconstruction," pointing out that "the government today is heading to fight corruption and this will cut the way to any party trying to manipulate public money, For the purpose of reconstruction. "[/rtl]
    [rtl]He added that "the Kuwait conference will contribute significantly to the reconstruction of liberated areas, especially in the case of the entry of companies of the super powers in the implementation of projects in Iraq."[/rtl]
    [rtl]As for economic expert Salem al-Bayati, he pointed out that "under the economic conditions of Iraq and the mass destruction in many of the provinces, Iraq needs to support these conferences regardless of the size of the amount allocated, but the question lies in whether there is a plan and a government program for how to manage the donor funds not to exploit This money by some categories and will be handed over by the Iraqi or the hands of foreign companies ?.[/rtl]
    [rtl]"The problem is not in obtaining money but in the way of using this money for reconstruction and the return of the spirit to the destroyed laboratories and infrastructure," Bayati said, noting that "any financial support provided to Iraq if not exploited development projects through which economic growth, it will become consumptive and will use the money in a wasteful way "He said.[/rtl]
    [rtl]He added that "Iraq needs foreign companies and not money because the companies will come to implement their projects in accordance with planned plans and timed funds either there is no real guarantee of the possibility of exploitation by some politicians in one way and another so as not to achieve its goal."[/rtl]
    [rtl]"The government is unable to rebuild anything," said Anbar provincial council member Taha Abdul Ghani, expressing the hope that donor countries would intervene to fill the gap.[/rtl]
    [rtl]He added that many donors may hesitate to invest in Iraq, an oil-rich country among the most corrupt countries in the world, according to Transparency International, where the organization warned recently that "the risk of corruption in Iraq is exacerbated by the" weakness of the country's ability to "Many people remember the billions of dollars that went into Iraq after the 2003 US-led invasion, many of which were lost by corruption. For nearly 15 years, Baghdad's population, far from the front lines, In the war against a thief, suffer from power outages EBay regularly complain of poor public services[/rtl]

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