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Finance Minister: Iraq needs $ 88 billion to rebuild the liberated areas

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[size=18]Iraq needs 88 billion dollars to rebuild the liberated areas, Finance Minister Fuad Mohammed Hussein said Monday.


"Iraq is fighting a few years ago the battle of survival and presence against a brutal and ruthless enemy, represented by the ISIS terrorist who occupied nearly one third of Iraq," Hussein said at the Iraqi Energy Conference in Baghdad. The total reconstruction needs are estimated at 88 billion dollars. "






 
"Terrorism has led to the displacement of millions of people to stay in the camps and according to available statistics estimated more than a million and a half displaced and thousands are still missing, in addition to those who lost their lives or emerged from this difficult period with disabilities and disabilities."
 
In another context, Hussein pointed out that "we started to reform the bureaucratic systems and took measures to modernize the systems and then gradually move from obsolete paper operating mechanisms to the system of electronic governance," noting that "the budget for next year 2020 was prepared through the adoption of projects and performance budgets instead of The old traditional method of preparing budgets after the involvement of representatives and international experts and the Iraqi parliament and for the first time local governments and the Kurdistan region.

 
In July 2017, the United Nations estimated the cost of rebuilding Mosul's basic infrastructure alone after its liberation from ISIS militants was over $ 1 billion.


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Economy News _ Baghdad
Iraq needs 88 billion dollars to rebuild the liberated areas, Finance Minister Fuad Mohammed Hussein said Monday.
"Iraq is fighting a few years ago the battle of survival and presence against a brutal and ruthless enemy, represented by the ISIS terrorist who occupied nearly one third of Iraq," Hussein said at the Iraqi Energy Conference in Baghdad. The total reconstruction needs are estimated at 88 billion dollars. "
 
"Terrorism has led to the displacement of millions of people to stay in the camps and according to available statistics estimated more than a million and a half displaced and thousands are still missing, in addition to those who lost their lives or emerged from this difficult period with disabilities and disabilities."
 
In another context, Hussein pointed out that "we started to reform the bureaucratic systems and took measures to modernize the systems and then gradually move from obsolete paper operating mechanisms to the system of electronic governance," noting that "the budget for next year 2020 was prepared through the adoption of projects and performance budgets instead of The old traditional method of preparing budgets after the involvement of representatives and international experts and the Iraqi parliament and for the first time local governments and the Kurdistan region.

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