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    Iraq and Saudi Arabia sign a memorandum of understanding to clear the Samawa desert

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    Iraq and Saudi Arabia sign a memorandum of understanding to clear the Samawa desert Empty Iraq and Saudi Arabia sign a memorandum of understanding to clear the Samawa desert

    Post by Rocky Tue Apr 02, 2024 8:11 am

    [rtl]Iraq and Saudi Arabia sign a memorandum of understanding to clear the Samawa desert[/rtl]

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    [rtl]Baghdad - Iraq today:[/rtl]
    [rtl]The Minister of Environment, Nizar Amidi, on behalf of the Republic of Iraq, signed a joint memorandum of understanding with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Action, to clear areas contaminated with cluster munitions in the Muthanna Desert.

    The Ministry of Environment stated in a statement, “The Minister of Environment, Engineer Nizar Amedi, signed in his office a joint memorandum of understanding with a delegation representing the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Aid in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, including the Provision of a financial grant that will be allocated to the removal of cluster munitions in the Muthanna desert.”

    She added, "The Minister of Environment had expressed the gratitude of the government and people of Iraq for such a remarkable humanitarian initiative, which was consistent with the prosperity of relations between the two neighboring countries, which would reflect positively on the issue of clearing areas contaminated with cluster munitions in the Muthanna desert, at a time when In which the Saudi Ambassador to Iraq, Abdulaziz Al-Shammari, who signed this agreement on behalf of the Saudi side, indicated his government's happiness due to the prosperity and development witnessed in the bilateral relations between the two countries, which was reflected in the various aspects and aspects of life, including the issue of the dangers of mines and other military munitions.

    She warned, “The memorandum had been signed remotely earlier and today, after the visit of an official Saudi delegation representing the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Aid, as the official signing has been finalized, as Iraq has approximately 91 square kilometers contaminated with military munitions, the majority of which is concentrated in the Muthanna desert." Note that this Grant will be allocated to conduct survey, removal and qualitative control work in those areas within Al-Muthanna Governorate.”[/rtl]

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