[size=36]Britain announces the allocation of a financial package within the budget to Iraq[/size]
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, Britain confirmed on Tuesday its support for the government of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, announcing the allocation of a "financial package" within the financial budget to Iraq.
"The United Kingdom is committed to supporting Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and the Iraqi people, while our two countries are facing with the rest of the world the threat of Corona virus together," said International Development Secretary Ann Marie Trevelyan, stressing that "we will continue to support the most vulnerable groups in the country such as those displaced and others affected by wars." For the presence of a safer and more stable Iraq is in the interest of all of us. "
The British Minister of International Development stressed, "The UK's commitment to assisting Iraq in dealing with the Corona pandemic and continuing to meet the needs of the vulnerable, including the large numbers of IDPs who are now living in camps," explaining, "This financial package is being reallocated within the current budget of the British Ministry of International Development to Iraq".
She added, "This funding will assist the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs common fund for Iraq to support the ongoing humanitarian response and the International Committee of the Red Cross, in order to support health centers and vulnerable groups displaced by the conflict, as well as to provide cash for residents of areas liberated from ISIS until They can buy the basic necessities for living. "
Ann Marie Trevelyan indicated that her country "provided 130 million pounds to the United Nations agencies in response to its urgent appeal to provide them with the necessary support, and nearly 150 million pounds to the International Monetary Fund's disaster relief and containment fund to help vulnerable countries cope with the faltering current economy." Caused by Corona Virus Outbreak. ”Ended 29 / A 43