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The Netherlands is donating $ 32 million to restore the stability of liberated areas in Iraq

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The Netherlands is donating $ 32 million to restore the stability of liberated areas in Iraq

Post by RamblerNash on Sun Sep 02, 2018 1:32 pm

The Netherlands is donating $ 32 million to restore the stability of liberated areas in Iraq

02-09-2018 06:39 PM

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The Netherlands has provided $ 32.2 million to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) fund to restore stability to the liberated areas of Da'ash in Iraq, raising its total contribution to $ 65.4 million.

"The impact of stabilization activities in Iraq is clearly visible as schools reopen and clean water flows," the UN Special Representative to Iraq, Marta Roedis, was quoted as saying by the UN's UN Special Envoy to Iraq.

"About 70 percent of the people who fled during the war have returned to the 5.9 million people, but the amount of work still to be done can not be underestimated. That's why the generous contribution from the Netherlands comes at the right time," he said.

For her part, Dutch Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Sigrid Kag said, "It is important to restore stability here and in other places destroyed by it, and to give people a brighter future prospects is necessary because their properties and livelihoods are fading, including the re-establishment of water supply, electricity, schools and other services. the basic"


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