United Nations: Turkey contributes $ 750,000 to stabilize Mosul


 

National News Center ( NNC) – The United Nations announced on Thursday that Turkey has contributed $ 750,000 to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Stabilization Fund, which funds quick initiatives in liberated areas of Da’ash in Iraq, noting that more than 200 stabilization projects are ready For implementation in the newly liberated areas of Mosul.

“The Turkish government has contributed $ 750,000 to the UNDP Stabilization Project, which funds rapid initiatives in areas liberated from the control of the Islamic State Organization in Iraq and Syria,” the United Nations said in a statement.

“The Stabilization Project is supported by priorities set by the Government of Iraq and local authorities to accelerate the rehabilitation of public infrastructure, grant grants to small enterprises, strengthen local government capacities, promote civil action and community reconciliation, and provide short-term employment opportunities across Public Works Programs The Turkish contribution will help accelerate the rehabilitation of the main health, education and water facilities east of Mosul. “

“The contribution was timely, more than 200 stabilization projects are ready for implementation in the newly liberated areas of Mosul, and Turkey’s generosity will help ensure that public infrastructure is repaired quickly,” said Liz Grande, the UNDP Resident Representative in Iraq. This is very important. “

Turkey’s ambassador to Iraq, Fatih Yildiz, said that “solidarity is an essential condition for the future of Iraq, and although it starts among the Iraqis themselves, as members of the international community, we must stand united with our Iraqi friends. Building a sovereign, unified, stable and prosperous Iraq, and will continue to do so. We are proud to partner with UNDP today to make our contribution to projects geared towards these goals. “

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