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Post by claud39 on Mon Dec 17, 2018 8:19 am

http://www.iraq-businessnews.com/2018/12/17/eu-supports-iraq-recovery-through-local-development/

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EU Support to recovery and stability through local development in Iraq – another example of EU-UNDP partnership

The European Commission, represented by Director for Development Cooperation for Asia, Central Asia, Middle East/Gulf and the Pacific Region, Mr. Pierre Amilhat, and Gerardo Noto, the UNDP Resident Representative a.i. for Iraq, have today signed an agreement of €47.5 million to support recovery and stability through local level development in Iraq.
Mr. Amilhat said today in Mosul:
As pledged  at the Kuwait Conference for the Reconstruction of Iraq, the EU restates its commitment to assist Iraq in responding to the pressing needs of the population in the aftermath of the conflict with Dae’sh. We are  committed to support Iraq in ensuring improved services and livelihoods opportunities to its population, contributing to the building of a more inclusive and accountable local development.
The project will cover activities ranging from support to urban recovery and development in Mosul and smaller cities and towns affected by the conflict in Anbar, Salah al-Din and Ninewah governorates, as well as in three governorates in the South namely Basrah, Missan, Thi Qar, and the three governorates of Iraqi Kurdistan namely Erbil, Duhok and Suleimaniah.
EU’s partnership with UNDP Iraq, in collaboration with UN Habitat aims at promoting decentralization and provision of basic services while in parallel boosting economic growth and job opportunities.
The project will also seek to enhance local revenue generation, promote sustainable development and the use of renewable sources, as well as to encourage participation of Civil Society Organizations in local decision-making processes.
UNDP Resident Representative a.i. for Iraq, Mr. Gerardo Noto, said:
We are grateful to EU for our excellent partnership. We jointly help people of Iraq so that no one is left behind as all UN Members Countries committed in the Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
“This is yet another practical example of support to the authorities and citizens of Iraq in regaining the trust of the local communities and rebuilding the state institutions towards a new social contract to sustaining peace and sustainable development“.
(Source: UNDP)
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EU Supports Iraq Recovery through Local Development Empty Al-Kaabi calls on the European Union to implement the partnership agreements on the ground

Post by claud39 on Mon Dec 17, 2018 9:09 am

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The First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hassan Karim al-Kaabi, received at the House of Representatives on Monday the delegation of the European Union, which is currently visiting Baghdad, in preparation for the effective implementation of the partnership and cooperation agreement signed between Iraq and the Union, 
"Iraq has strong relations with many European countries and international organizations, especially the European Union, and the agreement on cooperation and cooperation complemented this relationship in various aspects," Al-Kaabi said during a meeting between the EU delegation and the Foreign Relations Committee. Convention '.
Al-Kaabi called for "the necessity of activating all the provisions of the agreement required by the current stage. Iraq fought a fierce war against a terrorist organization on behalf of the whole world and ended with a great victory against this organization whose extremist ideology threatens the international community as a whole. , And the achievement of peaceful coexistence among the components of society, which are not easy tasks and require international support to achieve them.
Al-Kaabi called for implementing the terms of the partnership agreement on the ground, as it is a comprehensive legal framework for cooperation in a wide range in the field of political relations, combating terrorism, promoting human rights, trade and cooperation in energy and services.
The meeting was attended by women and parliamentarians who are members of the parliamentary relations committee. The files include the file of displaced persons, reconstruction and the development of services in all governorates, especially Basra, which is the most important economic, the Nineveh Plain, the oil and energy sectors and the development of the sector. Health
For his part, the head of the delegation of the European Union, David McElster, said that the European Union's desire for all its countries to cooperate with Iraq, and the purpose of our visit today is to show our support for the new government of Iraq and open new horizons of cooperation between us and emphasize our commitment to support Iraq and support in various fields '. 
"The European Union has already formed a mission that has been operating in Iraq for almost a year on several files, including the file of the return of the displaced, the reconstruction of the liberated areas, the support of the security sectors, the fight against terrorism, and the commercial and service sectors," he said. Finished 7 d
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Post by claud39 on Mon Dec 17, 2018 11:49 am

http://www.dijlah.tv/index.php?page=article&id=219308


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[ltr]President of the Republic Barham Salih received at the Peace Palace in Baghdad on Monday a delegation of the Foreign Relations Committee of the European Parliament headed by David McAllister.[/ltr]

[ltr]"The international community, especially the European Union, should support Iraq in its fight against terrorism, contribute seriously to reconstruction and help the displaced and the affected," he said in a statement.[/ltr]

[ltr]Adding that 'Iraq looks forward to building good and solid relations with the European Union based on openness, dialogue and constructive cooperation in order to achieve common interests', praising 'the position of the European Union supporting the issues of Iraq, especially in its war against terrorism'.[/ltr]

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For their part, renewed 'members of the Committee on Foreign Relations, their position in support of Iraq in the security, political, urban and humanitarian, stressing' the interest of their countries to develop relations of cooperation and joint action with Iraq '.[/ltr]





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Post by claud39 on Mon Dec 17, 2018 4:36 pm

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Abdul Mahdi: Determined to support state institutions and develop the economy and investment of wealth


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announced that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, on Monday, the government 's intention of state institutions to support and develop the economy and the investment of national wealth and diversify their sources, while stressing the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament David Mkalstr parliamentary support for the political process and the democratic experiment in Iraq. 

"Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi received today the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament David McAllister and his accompanying delegation, and stressed the importance of developing relations between Iraq and the European countries and supporting cooperation between the Iraqi parliament and parliament," Abdul-Mahdi's office said in a statement received by Alsumaria News. European interests to serve common interests. "




"The Iraqi government is determined to support the state institutions, develop the economy, invest the national wealth in the best way and diversify its sources," he said, adding that "Iraq is proud of its religious, national and sectarian diversity, and all Iraqis have made the most precious sacrifices in defense of their homeland, And welcome the contribution of friendly countries in the reconstruction efforts of Iraq. " 

"The European Parliament supports the political process, the democratic experiment and the efforts of the Iraqi government to stabilize and reconstruct Iraq and to end the suffering of the Iraqis who have been affected by terrorism in all the provinces," McAllister said.

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EU Supports Iraq Recovery through Local Development Empty Al-Amiri calls on EU countries to participate in the reconstruction of Iraq

Post by claud39 on Tue Dec 18, 2018 12:01 pm

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[ltr]The head of the Fatah alliance, Hadi al-Amiri, called Tuesday for EU countries to participate in the reconstruction of Iraq .[/ltr]

[ltr]This came during a meeting with the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament David McAllister and the accompanying delegation in the presence of a number of members of the Building Alliance, where the two sides discussed the bilateral relations between Iraq and the European Union[/ltr]

[ltr]Al-Amiri stressed the importance of strengthening the relations with the countries of the Union and the countries of the world, and that Iraq welcomes the guests who provide services to this country, adding that Iraq does not want to be a party to the conflict between any two countries, but seeks to be a bridge to communicate and strengthen relations between countries[/ltr]

[ltr]Al-Amiri stressed the importance of the return of Iraq's strong role, which leads the region forward and there is no stability in the region without the stability of Iraq,[/ltr]

[ltr]He pointed out that the popular mobilization is a force operating under the command of the commander-in-chief of the armed forces and that the need for it continues, especially as the danger and threat of terrorism continue.[/ltr]
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EU Supports Iraq Recovery through Local Development Empty The European Union continues to support explosive hazard management and capacity enhancement activities in liberated areas of Iraq

Post by claud39 on Tue Dec 18, 2018 1:27 pm

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Baghdad, 18 December 2018 – The United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) thanks the European Union for its continuous support to explosive hazard management and capacity enhancement activities in liberated areas of Iraq, which contributes to the safe, orderly and dignified return of displaced communities and enables humanitarian and stabilization efforts.

Across liberated areas, explosive hazard contamination prevents access for humanitarian actors and delivery of assistance to people in need; hinders safe and sustainable returns of internally displaced persons (IDPs), often resulting in secondary displacement and occupation of others’ properties; impedes resumption of livelihoods and access to agricultural and grazing lands and irrigation systems; and obstructs access to community infrastructure and basic services including schools, water facilities, hospitals, electrical stations, and roads.
According to an assessment carried out in 2018, on average across affected areas, 22% of IDPs in camps cite explosive hazards as a top reason for not intending to return to their areas of origin, however this is up to 52% in some governorates; on average 12% of out-of-camp IDPs cite the same.
Through its contribution to UNMAS, the European Union continues to fund explosive hazard management (EHM) activities including surveys, assessments and clearance in liberated areas. This support from the European Union will also continue to target capacity enhancement activities at national, regional and local level through Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)/ Improvised Explosive Disposal Disposal (IEDD) training to the Iraqi police as well as through the coordination and strategic engagement of relevant mine action government entities and authorities.
In line with the European Union’s interest in the rehabilitation of cultural heritage sites, the project also includes provisions for collaboration with other United Nations entities such as the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), to enable the rehabilitation of cultural heritage sites though explosive hazard management.
European Union, Head of Unit, Middle East/Gulf, Central Asia and South Asia, Raffaella Iodice said: "This highlights once again our commitment to mine action. This is more so important in the current "post-Mosul" settings, as stabilization is ongoing and whereby clearance remains a pre-condition, as the presence of such hazards will continue to impede security and stability efforts if not properly addressed. As chair of the Coalition's Explosive Hazard Management Sub-Group, the EU is determined to tackle this scourge head-on and continues to support Iraq in strengthening the government's strategic coordination mechanisms. Implementing this project is fundamental for peace, stabilization and economic recovery, and it is also a gesture to future generations. It is our responsibility to preserve and strengthen. All these efforts will contribute to facilitating the safe returns of the Iraqi people, who have suffered long enough".
“The Government of Iraq just celebrated the one-year anniversary of the defeat of ISIL but roads, bridges, power and water plants, hospitals, schools, parks and residential areas are still contaminated by explosive hazards. This threat not only prevents displaced communities to safely return home but also, severely hampers stabilization and reconstruction efforts.” stated Pehr Lodhammar, UNMAS Iraq Senior Programme Manager. “Through explosive hazard management and capacity enhancement activities, UNMAS Iraq supports those displaced by conflict so that they can return to their homes and return to work, to educate their children, to contribute to society, to live a normal life. This would not be possible without the contributions provided by our generous donor community and notably the European Union.” added Pehr Lodhammar.
UNMAS Iraq, with support from the European Union as part of a broader programme response, continues to facilitate the safe, orderly and dignified return of families to Mosul and other liberated areas. To date, clearance teams removed approximately 48,000 explosive hazards, including 2,895 IEDs, from roads, bridges, schools, universities, hospitals, clinics, water treatment plants and municipal buildings in Mosul; and 870 suicide belts, many from human remains.
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Pehr Lodhammar, UNMAS Iraq Programme, Senior Programme Manager lodhammar@un.org
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Post by claud39 on Tue Dec 18, 2018 4:42 pm

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The leader of the al-Hakamah movement, Ammar al-Hakim, stressed on Tuesday the importance of removing Iraq from any regional or international defiance. 
"Hakim received a delegation from the European Union headed by Chairman of the Committee on Relations in Parliament David McAllister, in the presence of a number of leaders of the Alliance of Reform and Reconstruction, to discuss the latest political situation in Iraq and the regional region and bilateral relations between Iraq and the Union European Union. " 
He pointed out that "the interest of Iraq lies in its departure from the international and regional axes and that Iraq without other countries because of its diversity, history, status and location is qualified to be a bridge of communication, not a platform for intersection."
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