Seven States undertake to "packing" to provide more than $ 3.6 billion in support of Iraq and the Kurdistan Region

Friday 27-05-2016 | 2:29:03

Twilight News / expressed leaders of the seven leading industrial nations expressed their support for Iraq, to ​​overcome the financial challenges and terrorism.

He said the G-7 leaders in a joint statement issued the day after the summit, which was held for two days in Shima, Japan, that they are committed to the unity of Iraq and its territorial integrity, and support of the Kurdistan Region to overcome the financial challenges it faces.

He said the G-7 leaders to declare "We are committed to continuing our support for the unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Iraq and the Iraqi people, as well as the support of the Iraqi government's efforts to accelerate political and economic reforms, and promote national reconciliation."

And between the heads of state that they are praising "the efforts of the Iraqi forces in their fight against Daash", and called on the international community to support the Iraqi government to achieve stability in the areas that have been liberated from the Daash. "

The statement stressed commitment to accelerate providing support for Iraqi efforts in the face of financial challenge, strengthen its economy through reforms, in coordination with the IMF and other international financial institutions fund. "

The statement continues, "In this context, the G-7 will be mobilized to provide more than $ 3.6 billion in the framework of bilateral assistance and other forms of financial support to complement the support from international financial institutions."

The statement also praised the efforts of intensive counter-terrorism that have already been made globally and regionally, bilaterally and at the local level. "

He said world leaders "continue to work together to prevent the flow of foreign fighters and terrorists materials related to terrorism and equipment. They said that" we reaffirm our commitment to combating the financing of terrorism. "