Norway provides $ 2.8 million to support returning to the liberated areas of Daash families

Roudao - Erbil

The United Nations said on Tuesday that the State of Norway has provided $ 2.8 million to help Iraqi families returning to areas liberated from al Daash.

She Almqmah representing the United Nations Development Programme and the Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq, Lise Grande, in a statement, seen by Roudao network media, said that "the grant provided by the Kingdom of Norway to finance the immediate stabilization fund to finance pilot projects in the areas liberated from al Daash, adding that the grant is a Second of Norway will be allocated within a few months, to support the returnees to rebuild their lives in their homes. "

She added, "The timing of the grant is excellent, it was announced liberalization of the city of Ramadi and will be given the green light to start work in soon."

For its part, the Ambassador of Norway to Iraq, she said, Cecil Perry, that "further contribute to the financing of the immediate stabilization fund part of her country's broader commitment to support the Iraqi people to restore basic services and rebuild infrastructure in the head of the liberated areas."

She continued, "This grant is essential to enable the return of civilians in safe conditions and promote national reconciliation, citing the need to give priority to efforts to restore stability to the affected citizens rebuild their lives and to be contributing to a longer-term solution to the conflict in Iraq."