Kuwait confirms its readiness to host the Iraq reconstruction conference and announce its objectives

Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) affirmed the readiness of the State of Kuwait to host the International Conference on Iraq Reconstruction and to support its recovery efforts.
“The next phase requires the Iraqi government and the international community to agree on a joint program to ensure the security and stability of the country in the long term,” the document said, adding that the program focuses on rebuilding the lives of all citizens and supporting the national unity, .
“The conference aims to mobilize international support again to support plans for the reconstruction and development of Iraq and strengthen cooperation among the Lebanese national donors and international development institutions,” the IMF said, adding that “the conference will mobilize funds from various sources to help Iraq meet the needs of reconstruction and development in the post ISIS “.
The fund set the period of the conference, noting that it will be held under the patronage of Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, Emir of the State of Kuwait.
Following are the details of the conference, according to documents issued by the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development:


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