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Post by claud39 on Wed Jan 30, 2019 6:15 am


Britain gives Iraq more than 45 million dollars


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Economy News _ Baghdad

The United Kingdom will provide more than $ 45 million to Iraq to rebuild hospitals, schools and power plants damaged by the fighting against the terrorist "Da'ash", the British Foreign Office Minister for Near East Affairs Alistair Burt said. 
According to the British newspaper "Independent", Bert announced the package of aid during a visit to Iraq, where the United Kingdom became the first donor to a newly formed international fund for the reconstruction of cities affected by military operations against the "da'ash" terrorist. 
The United Kingdom plans to allocate 16 million pounds to help rebuild the neighborhoods of Iraq destroyed during the fighting against the global terrorist group, as well as 6.9 million pounds for the rehabilitation of critical infrastructure such as factories and 10 million pounds for humanitarian aid in the country.
Burt said he hoped the funds would allow the 1.8 million people displaced from Iraq to return home and "continue their lives" in their homeland. "It is part of the UK's commitment to address the persecution of Christians around the world." 
"There is much to celebrate about progress in Iraq since the regional defeat of Saddam Hussein in 2017, but there is much to be done to help Iraq," Berth said from Baghdad, where he held talks with President Barham Salih and Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi. Develop a stable and stable future for all Iraqis, its people deserve. " 
The DFID said the funds would also be used to "launch economic grants in Iraq, make them more business friendly, increase employment opportunities and enhance future production and trade capacity with the UK and other countries."
Since 2014, British aid in Iraq to 4.1 million people has provided health care, clean water and sanitation to 2 million people, provided more than 800,000 people with shelter and safe housing and provided nearly half a million people with food. 
The move comes only two days after Burt urged the Iraqi authorities to distance themselves from economic dependence on Iran and self-sufficiency of energy.
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