Date Added 07/14/2017
US special envoy to the International Alliance Brett Macgork welcomed the announcement by the State of Kuwait, its intention to host a meeting for the reconstruction of Iraq in the long term early next year.
Said Macgork in a speech opening a meeting mini – working group of Member States in theinternational coalition, said that “Our partner in the coalition of Kuwait at the invitation of the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al – Ahmad Al – Jaber Al – Sabah will host a meeting for the reconstruction of Iraq inthe long term early next year , and we welcome this important initiative.”
He pointed out that reconstruction in the long term will be the focus of the meeting in Kuwait after the Iraqi government to determine “the priority needs.”
The meeting discussed in which the State of Kuwait participated the conference to be held by thecoalition in the next week to discuss the priorities that will help build on the progress that has been made in the cities of Mosul , the Iraqi – Syrian and the tenderness table.
And he went Macgork in his speech congratulated Iraq on the restoration of the city of Mosul Daesh , saying that Iraqi forces trained by the coalition forces defeated Daesh) in all battles “and is now thepride of Iraq.”
He revealed that about two million Iraqis who have fled Mosul have now returned to their homes to resume their lives within their communities , stressing that the rates of return in an environment that has just emerged from an unprecedented conflict historically and is a strong proof of the good work we have done as a coalition by working together. ”
However , the US envoy saw that the battle in Iraq is not yet over and that the focus now turning to free the remaining areas that are still under the control of Daesh stressing : “We Sndamanm in theirmilitary campaign and subsequent in the humanitarian situation, stability and governance.”
He added , “that ‘s why we are here and the US United now requests that specify Each member of our coalition new areas can contribute to it , “adding that in the meetings of the working group appealed to the United Nations to obtain a value of $ 1.3 billion for the requirements of security and stability after Daesh.