Kerry: to provide $ 155 million in humanitarian assistance for the displaced families in Iraq


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US Secretary of State John Kerry announced the provision of $ 155 million in humanitarian assistance to the displaced families, as revealed from the start to work on removing mines from the liberated areas in Ramadi, to create conditions for the return of displaced people to their home areas.

This came during a meeting in Baghdad, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, head of the Iraqi National Alliance, Minister of Foreign Affairs, where he was during the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations between Baghdad and Washington, and ways to open more prospects for cooperation, activation of common interests and face common dangers facing the region and the world, and developments the security situation, the political, and the war against Daash terrorist gangs, according to a statement from Jaafari's office.

The statement said, that al-Jaafari, "stressed that Iraq is a coherent front of all the challenges facing it, and will continue its efforts to maintain its unity, the liberation of its territory from terrorist Daash gangs, and to work to uphold its sovereignty and its democratic system, and defend the achievements and commitment to the government of working for the interest of the people and respect for the Constitution, and building state institutions, anti-corruption, and to prevent interference in the internal affairs of Iraq, "noting that" the sons of our armed forces, and the heroes of the popular crowd, and clans, and the Peshmerga Akbdon terrorists Daash large losses, and liberate the land area after the other, praised the support provided by United States of America, and the international community for Iraq especially that Iraq is passing through exceptional circumstances are security challenges, economic, and that he will never forget the friendly countries that stand next to him in the plight of the time, "and called on" the international community to stand seriously about the chemical bombardment of the long village of Taza, providing more aid comparable to the size of the real challenges that Iraq is going through. "

Kerry: to provide $ 155 million in humanitarian assistance for the displaced families in Iraq



For his part, US Secretary of State John Kerry, according to the statement: "We stand together to counter terrorism, and gangs Daash," praising "the great victories achieved by the Iraqi people, and fight bravely against the terrorists Daash," adding "it has invested meetings held recently in Bahrain with ministers of the Gulf cooperation Council (GCC) to drum up support, and support for Iraq in its war against terrorism, and the need for cooperation, and contribute to the reconstruction of liberated areas, the return of stability to it, relying on al-Jaafari as head of the largest parliamentary bloc in Iraq, a National Alliance to play its role in this sensitive stage in the political process. "



Kerry declared, "to provide $ 155 million in humanitarian assistance to the displaced families, and to begin work on removing mines from the liberated areas in Ramadi; to create conditions for the return of displaced people to their home areas," explaining that "continuing to work on providing more support, and urged the International Monetary Fund provide more financial grants to the Iraqi government. "


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