Germany is considering granting Iraq a loan for the reconstruction of areas affected
Germany is considering granting Iraq a loan for the reconstruction of areas affected by the "terrorism"
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Announced the reconstruction of areas affected by the terrorist operations fund, on Wednesday, the German Development Bank is considering granting Iraq a loan for the reconstruction of the affected areas "terrorism."
The fund, said fund chairman Abdul Basit Turki Saeed, met with the regional director of the German Development Bank Burkhard Huntz and the presence of Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany in Baghdad Aeckhar prominence and discuss the possibility of granting Iraq a loan of stability and reconstruction, "stressing that" the race is looking forward to a true partnership with States supporting him. "the statement added that" the President of the Fund discussed with the German development Bank delegation Fund's experience with the World Bank and the obstacles that can be overcome if the Government of Iraq's agreement with the German bank on the loan. "
The statement quoted the head of the Fund's assertion that "the German signing of the loan in the event will include the affected provinces of terrorist operations and focus on reconstruction and a return to stability."
It is said that the reconstruction of areas affected by the terrorist attacks announced the fund, on Thursday (31 March 2016), the formation of four committees to follow up and study plans for the donor conference to be held this month, and confirmed the existence of government support for the conference, as he pointed to discuss the presentations to The Preparatory Commission.
It is noteworthy that the reconstruction of areas affected by terrorism fund identified in (18 February 2016), a month this April, as the date for the convening of the international conference for the reconstruction of liberated areas in Jordan, while calling the State Department to guide Iraq's ambassadors in coordination with the governments of the countries where they are to get them to attend the meeting, to then decide to postpone the conference until next May.