Italy donates about five million dollars to restore stability to the liberated areas of the Daash


 

 

Displaced Iraqis are waiting to return to their homes

 

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Long-Presse / Baghdad

Announced the United Nations Special Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), presenting Italy’s new help of four million and 910 thousand dollars, to fund the financing of the organization’s immediate stability, indicating that the total assistance Rome rose this for seven million and 630 thousand dollars, while the Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq confirmed on the need to restore stability to the liberated areas to ensure the “voluntary and dignified return” to the displaced ones, counting the Italian Ambassador to restore stability prevents Iraqis turned into a “potential refugees.”

According to the UN Mission, in a statement received (long-Presse) a copy of it, that “Italy has provided an amount of four million and 910 thousand dollars or roughly four million and 500 thousand euros, to finance the immediate stabilization fund, part of the United Nations Development Programme, which provides rapid support to areas liberated from al Daash, “pointing out that” it comes after its contribution to the Fund by two million and 720 thousand dollars which 2,000,500 thousand euros, in December of the past in 2015, bringing the total amount provided through the Italian international cooperation Agency seven million and 630 thousand dollars, any of seven million euros. “

She UNAMI, to “finance the immediate stabilization fund, which helps in accordance with the priorities determined by the Government of Iraq and local authorities, to expedite the return of public infrastructure rehabilitation, and provide grants to small businesses, and strengthening local government capacity, and encourage civic action and community reconciliation, as well as providing employment opportunities short term through public works programs. “

The mission was quoted as Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme and the Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq, Lise Grande, extremely grateful for “the Government of Italy for its ongoing support, with the liberalization of additional areas, and the desire of more families to return liberated areas of Daash”, usually the “Italian aid generous contribute to the support of the government in the most needed areas. “

Grandi stressed on the need to “restore stability to the liberated areas to ensure a voluntary and dignified.”

For his part, said Italy’s ambassador to Iraq, Marco Carnelos, according to the statement, said that “a very effective cooperation between the finance immediate stability and the Government of Iraq to fund local Iraqi authorities, helped to identify several areas requiring intervention fund,” noting that “Italy’s commitment to Iraq within the framework of re intrinsic stability originally, where Italian police carried out a training program for Iraqi police, and it will increase the commitment today to build on the increasing needs of the Fund. “

And saw the ambassador, it is necessary to “restore stability to be strong process in order to pave the way for the safe return of displaced Iraqis to their homes, and thus prevent the Iraqis turned to potential refugees.”

The funding for the immediate stabilization fund, which was established in June 2015, working in the newly liberated areas in the governorates of Anbar, Salahuddin, Nineveh and Diyala provinces, and has the approval of the Fund’s work in the 17 area, newly initiated in Ramadi, where causing massive destruction and pollution of explosives in slowing the re-stabilization efforts and the return of displaced persons.

It is noteworthy that Europe suffers from the migration of “unprecedented” of countries that suffer instability and civil wars, especially in the Middle East and North Africa.

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