07-03-2013 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment -
to a report to Congress that the United States has spent more than $ 60
billion for the reconstruction of Iraq after the US-led invasion of the
country in March 2003, but the results were below these amounts far.
inspector general said a specialist in the reconstruction of Iraq,
Stuart Bowen in its final report that the various budgets allocated for
the advancement of the security forces and the restoration of
electricity and water distribution "was much less useful than desired."
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Bowen added that "America has lost about 8 billion U.S. dollars in the reconstruction of Iraq."
The report noted that "the war in Iraq during the past eight years, cost $ 800 billion, which killed about 5 thousands people."
said that "there are a lot of lessons to be learned from Iraq and
failures in the area of reconstruction could be used in other places."
Alastratjahoukal Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for Bowen said
that "an overall benefit to the U.S. allocations for the reconstruction
of Iraq was very small compared to the size of the amounts spent by
private and because of the lack of understanding the needs of the
Maliki said "there was a waste of U.S. money."
spokesman noted the Iraqi parliament Osama al-Najafi, and which is
considered the highest Sunni Iraqi workers in the country that
"reconstruction projects in Iraq does not meet the needs of the
Kurdish official commented Qubad Talabani "Some believe
that the use of money to solve the problem of what can succeed, there
have not been any strategy for the reconstruction of Iraq."
his part, U.S. Sen. Bob كروكير that "the findings of the report was"
flawed "and that there are many lessons to be learned to avoid a repeat
of the mistakes in Afghanistan."
The United States spent about $ 90 billion on reconstruction projects in Afghanistan.
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