Deputy: Success Abadi reforms depend on the reaction of the international community..
Deputy: Success Abadi reforms depend on the reaction of the international community at the donors' conference
3/19/2016 0 Comments
Deputy for the Union of National Forces, said on Saturday that "the success of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi reforms depend on the reaction of the international community at the donors' conference to be held next month."
She said Abdul Rahman Alloizi told all of Iraq [where] that "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi wanted through the reforms made by, send external messages to the international community and internal to the Iraqi people, stresses from which the Iraqi government is determined to achieve political reform."
He Alloizi "The Iraqi government is facing a big challenge in the reconstruction of liberated cities Daash, and can not resort to building them without going and hiring states mourning for interaction with Iraq in the reconstruction of liberated areas of Daash terrorist gangs."
He said the "success in achieving reforms Abadi countries deal with Iraq and granted loans and reconstruction of areas again will stop it."
The Ministry of Planning, had confirmed earlier for [where] that "the magnitude of the devastation in Anbar possible to be 80% in general, and these estimates include electricity, housing, services and other infrastructure sector, but teams are still working to survey the damage and the needs of the process reconstruction, "noting," We have not yet final figures and details about the extent of damage required for the ages and the amounts. "
The team of the United Nations, said on the fourth of this March that the destruction in the city of Ramadi, "a stunning and worse than anywhere else in Iraq," and that after his first visit to assess the situation in the city, which restored Iraqi forces from organizing Daash the end of last year.
An evaluation of the UN team, which was over two days to almost all the buildings, located in the front regions either destroyed or damaged, and said that "a house of three or four homes in other areas exposed to damage."
Analysis by the United Nations in February on satellite imagery showed that about 5,700 buildings in Ramadi and its environs suffered since mid-2014 and that about 2,000 homes were completely destroyed.
And appeals to the Iraqi government, which suffers from help Reconstruction gray financial international donor crisis, and the government should remove the bombs planted by terrorists in the streets and houses an effort that needs to be funds are not provided, he said, the international team that the largest number of bombs is concentrated in the south and center of the city.