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$ 2.4 billion to clear the soil of Kuwait from Iraqi pollution

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$ 2.4 billion to clear the soil of Kuwait from Iraqi pollution

Post  claud39 on Wed Dec 05, 2018 2:03 pm

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/5f1454eb-2932-4634-818d-4571e56e623a



[size=32]$ 2.4 billion to clear the soil of Kuwait from Iraqi pollution[/size]












A Kuwaiti official said on Wednesday that the United Nations and Kuwait are preparing to put projects worth $ 2.4 billion until 2025 to clear the Kuwaiti soil from pollution caused by Iraq's invasion of Kuwait. 
"The money will be allocated only to the rehabilitation of Kuwaiti soil and will be paid by the United Nations for the compensation of the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, 
He described external pollution caused by the invasion of Iraq in 1990 as "one of the biggest environmental disasters on the planet." 
He added that KOC will allocate 50 million dinars ($ 164.4 million) to clean the soil from pollution caused by the company's operations.
The head of the Kuwait Oil Company's Soil Rehabilitation Project Team, Muthanna Al-Muamen, explained that the area of ​​the oil-contaminated soil in Kuwait is 114 square kilometers while the oil-contaminated soil amounts to 26 million cubic meters.




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