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    Sweden contributes $1.9 million to restore stability in the 'liberated areas'

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    Sweden contributes $1.9 million to restore stability in the 'liberated areas' Empty Sweden contributes $1.9 million to restore stability in the 'liberated areas'

    Post by Rocky Fri 05 May 2023, 4:53 am

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    On Friday, the United Nations Development Program in Iraq announced Sweden's support for restoring stability in the liberated areas with $1.9 million.  
      
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    The United Nations Program said in a statement, which "NAS" received a copy of, (May 5, 2023), that "the government of Sweden contributed an additional 20 million Swedish kronor, equivalent to (1.9 million US dollars), to the United Nations Development Program in restoring stability to the liberated areas." Pointing out that "today an agreement was signed with Jessica Svardstrom, Ambassador of Sweden to Iraq and Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Program in Iraq, Oki Lootsma, to formalize this contribution."  
      
    He added, "Since the establishment of the program in 2015, the Government of Sweden has contributed an amount of 434 million Swedish kronor (42 million US dollars) to support stabilization efforts in Iraq," noting that "with this additional funding, the United Nations Development Program will be able to continue rehabilitating the infrastructure." and vital services that were damaged during the war against ISIS terrorist gangs and paving the way for social reintegration."  
      
    The Swedish ambassador to Iraq, Jessica Svardstrom, said, according to the statement: "Sweden enjoys a close bilateral relationship with Iraq, and the Swedes of Iraqi descent make up 3% of the Swedish people, and this resulted in strong relations between our two countries."  
      
    She added, "Sweden will continue to support a stable and secure Iraq through our bilateral development cooperation," stressing that "Her country is proud to be part of the stabilization efforts in Iraq and continues its commitment to contribute to this collaborative work to build a better future for the displaced and those affected by the war on ISIS."  
      
    For his part, the Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Oki Lootsma, said: "The Government of the Kingdom of Sweden has been an important partner of the United Nations Development Program," noting that "this new contribution comes at a very important time, despite the fact that much progress has been made, but the international work of the organization has not ended." ".  
      
    He stressed that "the Government of Sweden has expressed its firm commitment to making a lasting impact on the lives of the Iraqi people by working together to ensure that the gains made in previous years are preserved and built upon further."  
      
    The stabilization program for the liberated areas of the United Nations Development Program has completed, until April 2023, more than 3,500 projects in the five liberated governorates, which are Anbar, Diyala, Kirkuk, Nineveh and Salah al-Din.  
      
    These projects include rehabilitating schools, hospitals, water stations, electricity networks and homes, and providing short-term job opportunities. These projects have improved the lives of more than 8.3 million Iraqi men and women and facilitated the return of 4.9 million people displaced by the conflict against ISIS.  
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