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    Iraq's financial crisis delay the lifting of explosives from Ramadi and impede the return of Nazhaha

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    Iraq's financial crisis delay the lifting of explosives from Ramadi and impede the return of Nazhaha Empty Iraq's financial crisis delay the lifting of explosives from Ramadi and impede the return of Nazhaha

    Post by Rocky Thu 11 Feb 2016, 6:37 am

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    Iraq's financial crisis delay the lifting of explosives from Ramadi and impede the return of Nazhaha


     BAGHDAD / Reuters 

    Delaying the pressure on Iraq's budget due to falling oil prices remove explosives planted by the organization Daash in Ramadi and recover for the return of displaced civilians to the city's basic services. 
    The Iraqi army has declared victory, in December last, to organize Daash in Ramadi after the anti-terrorism forces seized control of the government building President. And regained those forces on Tuesday strategy linking the city's military base main nearby area. 
    The restoration of Ramadi, the first major victory for the forces of US-trained since collapsed in the face of an attack by Daash 2014. 
    gave restore gray boost to the effort of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to remove Daash of the major cities of Mosul northern Iraq later this year. 
    but hundreds of thousands of Ramadi, residents will not be able to return to their homes until the removal of the bombs and the rehabilitation of infrastructure destroyed in the fighting, which lasted for six months. These processes need to be tens of millions of dollars that can not Baghdad endure. 
    Lise Grande, coordinator of the United Nations for Humanitarian Affairs in Iraq, "We know that the government is in a difficult financial situation. In order to stabilize the areas and help displaced families to return us to do more." 
    Facing Iraq , which relies almost entirely on income on the difficulties of oil exports in the payment of bills in the light of the decrease in world oil prices. 
    the governor of Anbar Suhaib al-Rawi said the county government has not received its share of the federal budget about two months ago. 
    he said al-Rawi, he told reporters in Baghdad, said the government's debt local accumulated last year and will be paid from this budget and declined to specify the size of debt. 
    In addition to the activities funded by the United Nations, the narrator said that the efforts to develop gray for the return of civilians being funded local efforts to maintain authorities without providing further details. 
    The Grand It what additional funds are not available, the it could take nine months to cleanse the nationalization region alone, which is a large area of southern Ramadi will see the first phase of the United Nations efforts. She said Lise Grande, coordinated humanitarian choosy at the United Nations in Iraq, to remove the explosives from the city could cost $ 15 million. 
    She explained, during a meeting with the governor, "The most important things are the core is the removal of the bombs next to the road, because it is one of the main obstacles that prevent people from return to their homes and rebuild their lives. " But the removal of the explosives just the beginning only. 
    She stressed that "the houses and bridges were destroyed, the streets were dug improvised, water systems crashed, schools and hospitals were destroyed as well, and shopping centers were closed." 
    It will focus the business initial repair of water systems, and six health centers in the district of nationalization reality southwest Ramadi, in addition to bringing tens of electric generators, wheelchair and hospital rooms and the birth of a mobile, according to Grande. 
    the second phase will be in the city of Ramadi, center, and includes repair water plants, bring in a mobile power plants and generators additional Other electricity. 
    the United Nations has secured ten million dollars for the first phase of work, but the second phase costs could reach $ 30 million. 
    confirmed Grand "this is just the beginning, there are thousands of homes that must be rebuilt, and thousands of buildings need restoration." 
    enhances the progress made ​​Tuesday by Iraqi forces in Ramadi efforts government to crack down on the city of Fallujah, the stronghold of Daash between Ramadi and Baghdad, which is encircled by the army and Shi'ite groups armed. 
    a statement broadcast on state television that the army and police forces and the fight against terrorism has regained several areas, including the town of Husaybah East, located about ten kilometers east of Ramadi. 
    he added, "your troops progressing, firmly and determination to chase the enemy vanquished as well and was able to open the gray road to Baghdad passing through Khalidiya, "a reference to a highway linking the city to the military Habbaniyah where stationed a coalition led by the United States forces base. 
    the narrator said the governor of Anbar a" full gray now editor, "he said, adding that the handover of power from the military to the local police are being smoothly. The narrator pointed to the absence of civilians in the city at the moment. 
    It took Daash output from the eastern outskirts of the rural more than a month. Security sources said that the Daash still holed up in some northern rural areas adjacent to the main highway between East and West.

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