Washington gives Iraq five million dollars to clean up the gray of explosives


 

History of edits:: 04/04/2016 20:2965 visits readable
{Baghdad: Euphrates News} announced the Embassy of the United States today announced new funding provided by the United States worth five millions of US dollars to help cleanse the gray of the risks of explosives, which is a necessary first step to support the Iraqi authorities in their efforts to repair basic infrastructure and assistance to the return of displaced families to their homes.
According to a statement of the embassy and agency {Euphrates News} received acopy of it today , “according to United Nations estimates, there are thousands of improvised explosive devices left by Daash in all parts of Ramadi. In the framework of this new initiative, it was the US Embassy in Baghdad and the Office remove and disable the weapons in Department of political military Affairs of the US State Department to grant the contract “Stirling International , a group” for the company, which is one of the pioneers in the field of demining companies in the world. inpartnership with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi and the governor of Anbar province Suhaib al- Rawi and the UN mission to help Iraq {UNAMI} Fund financing stability Messaging {FFIS} of the United Nations Development Programme, will begin Stirling company initial efforts to conduct a survey of improvised explosive devices in several neighborhoods of Ramadi , as well as the main water station in the city in the neighborhood of nationalization.
the statement noted that “since 2003, the United States has spent more than 280 million US dollars in the United States program to destroy conventional weapons with respect Bazlh safe disposal of landmines and unexploded ordnance and remnants of conventional weapons and munitions in Iraq. This new initiative confirms our ongoing commitment to build a strong partnership with Iraq and theIraqi people , “.anthy .

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