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The government guarantees the budget for 2019 allocations for reconstruction

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The government guarantees the budget for 2019 allocations for reconstruction

Post  claud39 on Sun Dec 02, 2018 7:57 am

http://economy-news.net/content.php?id=14584



The government guarantees the budget for 2019 allocations for reconstruction


12/02/2018









Economy News _ Baghdad

The Secretariat of the Council of Ministers announced on Sunday that the federal government guaranteed the budget for the year 2019 allocations to support the stabilization operations and the direct benefit of international loans for reconstruction. 
"The Civil Crisis Management Cell of the Working Group on Stabilization headed by Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mehdi Al-Alak discussed the achievements of the supporting parties to the requirements of reconstruction and stability in the areas liberated by terrorism," the ministry's media office said in a statement. 
He stressed that "the continuation of the support of stability to the end of 2019 ensure a return of almost all the displaced and providing services in the liberated areas will encourage them to return faster," praising "the efforts to activate activities to support the stability in liberated areas and support the project of voluntary return of displaced persons, which reached about 70 % ".
He pointed out that "the federal government guaranteed the budget for the year 2019 allocations to support the stabilization operations and the direct benefit of international loans for reconstruction." 
For his part, the President of the Reconstruction Fund Mustafa al-Hiti, the attendees "to participate in the conference of the leap of reconstruction to be held for the period 5-6 December," reviewing the United Nations Development Program during the meeting map update projects managed by them in all priority liberated areas, 31 districts including Nineveh, Sinjar, Tall Afar, Mosul, Baaj, Hadar, Salah al-Din Baiji, Tuz Khurmato, Sulaiman Bek, as well as Hawija in Kirkuk and Anbar areas represented by Baana, Qaim and Rawa) .
"The program revealed its report, which included the need to increase the volume of financial support for liberated areas and the commitment to the international commitments announced to reduce the funding gap of more than (460) million dollars." 
"The participants discussed the most important priorities for the years 2018-2020 to continue cooperation with Iraq, activate the recovery program and flexibility, lay the foundation for the UNDAF by providing funding for demining projects, and the humanitarian effort to support women," the statement said.

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Re: The government guarantees the budget for 2019 allocations for reconstruction

Post  claud39 on Sun Dec 02, 2018 9:02 am

http://www.dijlah.tv/index.php?page=article&id=218194


[size=30][ltr]G20 stresses need for reform of WTO[/ltr][/size]


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[ltr]In its final communiqué, the G20 stressed the need for reform of the World Trade Organization (WTO). 

"For the first time ever, the G-20 recognizes that the WTO has failed to achieve its goals and needs reform," a US official said. 

"The parties agreed to 'renew our commitment to work towards improving a rules-based international order'," the statement said.[/ltr]

[ltr]This was seen as a concession from the American side. States also agreed that refugee crises around the world must be addressed by addressing the 'root causes' of forced migration, as well as the obligation to respond to the humanitarian needs of the displaced. 

On climate, the statement said the United States remains committed to its withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement reached in 2015. Other countries promised "to continue to deal with climate change and promote sustainable development and economic growth."[/ltr]

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