Kurdistan Regional Government Signs Agreement with the United Nations for the implementation of three projects at a cost of $ 4.5 million


3/2/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add Comment - Erbil (News) The Ministry of Planning of the Kurdistan Regional Government, an agreement with the United Nations to implement three projects in the development of the region with regard to energy sector, service projects and address the problems of housing at a cost of 4.5 million. said Minister of Planning Ali Sindi, who signed the agreement on behalf of the Government of the Territory, during a press conference held in Erbil, the ministry signed an agreement with the United Nations to implement three projects in the field of capacity development region with regard to end the second phase of the project to improve housing services in Erbil provided by the Government of the Territory, indicating the following: that the cost of the projects included in the agreement of 4.5 million U.S. dollars. said Sindi: that one of those projects is the project neighborhood Curran Ainkawa in Erbil, which extends the period of implementation for ten months with funding from the Government of the Territory and the United Nations, and The second project includes the evaluation of economic infrastructure to the Kurdistan Region in the sectors of electricity, roads, water and sewage, which performs also co-financed by the region and the international organization, indicating the following: that the third project includes the construction of a system for management development and review of 3 thousand and 200 projects implemented by the Government of the Territory. and Deputy Special Envoy of the Secretary General of the United Nations to Iraq McNab, who signed the agreement on behalf of the International Organization: The agreement signed between the International Organization and the Government of the region include the implementation of projects at a cost of $ 4.5 million shall be borne by the Kurdistan insurance 2,000,092 thousand dollars, of which he said, adding: that the step comes in an effort towards achieving the Millennium Project's strategic in Iraq, especially long-term projects, which aims to improve the lives of citizens in the region.



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