The government unveils a strategy plan in Mosul after its liberation


 

History of edits:: 2017/6/14 12:46161 times readable
{Baghdad: Euphrates News} The Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, Mahdi Keywords, the Iraqi government has put its future plans for the city of Mosul for the post-liberation and the return of their people to their role after the elimination of the terrorist Daesh final.
He explained Keywords , according to a statement of the Secretariat of the agency {Euphrates News} received a copy of it, during a meeting , “Ambassador of theKingdom of the Netherlands in Iraq {Jan Hendrik Valtmans} The Iraqi government has set priorities for restoring stability and basic services to the city in order toencourage displaced people to return to it as soon as possible.”
Revealed Keywords that ” the strategic plan , which the government is planning to launch on the future of the city of Mosul , including important security arrangements entrusted with maintaining security duties to local police from the people of the city after training and rehabilitation . The plan also includes holding a large community -based reconciliation to restore harmony between the components of the city.”
For his part, the Dutch ambassador , “praised the great efforts made by the Iraqi government in the face of terrorism and to provide support and subsidy for thedisplaced until their return to their homes, and expressed interest in the Dutch parliament situation in the city of Mosul , and his country ‘s desire to contribute to efforts to restore stability to the city projects after its liberation.”

 

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