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Post by rocky on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 3:47 am

The Kuwait Conference records the attendance of 2800 companies from 50 Arab and foreign countries on its second day
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BAGHDAD - The Kuwait Conference for the Reconstruction of Iraq (CIRC) on Tuesday recorded the attendance of 2,800 companies in various sectors to help rebuild Iraq.
The presence of companies from 50 Arab and foreign countries on the second day of the conference, where the companies are distributed on the economic, investment and health sectors to submit their projects during the meetings of donors conference in Kuwait.
It is noteworthy that the Kuwait International Conference for the reconstruction of Iraq, which is a meeting against the organization "Dahesh" within it, will be held from 12 to 14 February, with the participation of a number of donor countries, and international and regional organizations, and the presidency of five bodies, , Kuwait, the United Nations and the World Bank), with the aim of mobilizing momentum to alleviate the suffering of the millions of displaced and affected Iraqi victims of the war on terror, as well as the reconstruction of areas free of terrorism and areas in need of assistance. Finished




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