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Deputy: Government needs seven months to receive the Kuwait Conference grants

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Deputy: Government needs seven months to receive the Kuwait Conference grants

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 2:45 am

Deputy: Government needs seven months to receive the Kuwait Conference grants
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - State lawmaker Jassim Mohammed Jaafar said on Monday the government needed seven months to complete its program to receive grants and financial loans from the $ 30 billion Kuwait conference.
"The receipt of grants and loans from countries participating in the Kuwait conference needs six or seven months to complete the program and its agreements," Jafar told SNG. "The arrival of grants and loans will not be rapid and the state needs to develop a plan to organize the estimated 30 funds Billion dollar".
He added that "the government is able to receive these allocations as funds according to the disbursement mechanism divided on the provinces that were affected by the gangs of Daash terrorist during military operations," explaining that "the investment projects announced during the conference can not appear on the ground during the next few period."
Donor pledges on the third and final day of the Iraq reconstruction conference in Kuwait reached about $ 30 billion, while Iraq hoped to receive pledges of $ 88 billion.


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