Parliamentary Finance: Japan's assistance will not be at the disposal of the Iraqi government



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Parliamentary Finance: Japan's assistance will not be at the disposal of the Iraqi government
{Baghdad} Euphrates News said the parliamentary finance committee member Rahim al-Darraji, said on Sunday that Japan's assistance to be provided to combat terrorism in the Middle East, including Iraq, will not be at the disposal of the Iraqi government.

Said Darraji told {Euphrates Enoz} Today, that "Iraq poses a significant portion of the presence of terrorism at home and in the whole country and therefore it is natural to have a stake in the Japanese aid amounting to $ 6 billion," he said. "This money will not given the cash to the states, but will be addressed by the States participating in the judiciary, especially in Syria and Iraq, terrorism, and part of this money will go to the reconstruction of the cities destroyed by terrorism. "

"Also that this money will not be at the disposal of the Iraqi government, understand and behave according to schedule them through subsidiaries companies responsible for these projects and in their own way and conviction."

He attributed the reasons for this "rampant corruption unnatural way to state-level institutions in Iraq, which make these governments and nations of the world stand for his help directly in physical terms."

Japan had announced last Friday granted aid worth six billion dollars over the next three years to support the peace efforts in the Middle East.

A statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that the Japanese government will provide financial assistance to its size of about six billion dollars for the Middle East between 2016 and 2018 to help prevent the spread of extremism and said Japan that this aid will be allocated to Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya, Palestine, Yemen, Afghanistan and Iran. finished 1

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