Kuwait Pledges US$100 Million to Reconstruction Effort in Iraq

The Kuwait Fund for Development has already granted Iraq $21 million to support the industrial and electricity sectors in areas affected by the war against ISIS, the statement read.

SULAIMANI — The government of Kuwait will provide Iraq with $100 million to restore the country’s infrastructure and the health sector in areas recently regained from the Islamic State (ISIS).

The framework agreement which will have Kuwait provide the Iraqi government with $100 million was signed on Sunday (August 6) by Kuwait’s Fund for Arab Economic Development, according to a statement issued by the economic development center.

The Kuwait Fund for Development has already granted Iraq $21 million to support the industrial and electricity sectors in areas affected by the war against ISIS, the statement read.

Earlier this month, media reports said Kuwait is expected to fund an international donor conference set to be held in September to provide financial assistance for reconstruction work in Iraq.

Britain is set to provide Mosul residents with lifesaving aid and funds to rebuild their homes, their city and their lives, days after the liberation of the city was declared.

Priti Patel, the International Development Secretary, announced in July 13 that Britain is transferring £40 million of aid to help the people of Mosul rebuild their lives.

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's victory announcement in Mosul signaled the biggest defeat for the hardline Sunni group since its lightning sweep through northern Iraq three years ago. But pockets of Mosul remain insecure and the city has been heavily damaged by nearly nine months of grueling urban combat.

The campaign to retake Mosul from the militants was launched in October by a 100,000-strong alliance of Iraqi government units, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and Shia militias, with a U.S.-led coalition providing key air and ground support.
SULAIMANI — The government of Kuwait will provide Iraq with $100 million to restore the country’s infrastructure and the health sector in areas recently regained from the Islamic State (ISIS).

The framework agreement which will have Kuwait provide the Iraqi government with $100 million was signed on Sunday (August 6) by Kuwait’s Fund for Arab Economic Development, according to a statement issued by the economic development center.

The Kuwait Fund for Development has already granted Iraq $21 million to support the industrial and electricity sectors in areas affected by the war against ISIS, the statement read.

Earlier this month, media reports said Kuwait is expected to fund an international donor conference set to be held in September to provide financial assistance for reconstruction work in Iraq.

Britain is set to provide Mosul residents with lifesaving aid and funds to rebuild their homes, their city and their lives, days after the liberation of the city was declared.

Priti Patel, the International Development Secretary, announced in July 13 that Britain is transferring £40 million of aid to help the people of Mosul rebuild their lives.

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's victory announcement in Mosul signaled the biggest defeat for the hardline Sunni group since its lightning sweep through northern Iraq three years ago. But pockets of Mosul remain insecure and the city has been heavily damaged by nearly nine months of grueling urban combat.

The campaign to retake Mosul from the militants was launched in October by a 100,000-strong alliance of Iraqi government units, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and Shia militias, with a U.S.-led coalition providing key air and ground support. Source NRT

 
 
 

KUWAIT TO FUND CONSTRUCTION WORK IN IRAQ’S WAR-AFFECTED AREAS

Kuwait to fund construction work in Iraq’s war-affected areas
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SULAIMANI — The government of Kuwait will provide Iraq with $100 million to restore the country’s infrastructure and the health sector in areas recently regained from the Islamic State (ISIS).

The framework agreement which will have Kuwait provide the Iraqi government with $100 million was signed on Sunday (August 6) by Kuwait’s Fund for Arab Economic Development, according to a statement issued by the economic development center.

The Kuwait Fund for Development has already granted Iraq $21 million to support the industrial and electricity sectors in areas affected by the war against ISIS, the statement read.

Earlier this month, media reports said Kuwait is expected to fund an international donor conference set to be held in September to provide financial assistance for reconstruction work in Iraq.

Britain is set to provide Mosul residents with lifesaving aid and funds to rebuild their homes, their city and their lives, days after the liberation of the city was declared.

Priti Patel, the International Development Secretary, announced in July 13 that Britain is transferring £40 million of aid to help the people of Mosul rebuild their lives.

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's victory announcement in Mosul signaled the biggest defeat for the hardline Sunni group since its lightning sweep through northern Iraq three years ago. But pockets of Mosul remain insecure and the city has been heavily damaged by nearly nine months of grueling urban combat.

The campaign to retake Mosul from the militants was launched in October by a 100,000-strong alliance of Iraqi government units, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and Shia militias, with a U.S.-led coalition providing key air and ground support.

 
 
 

KUWAIT TO FUND CONSTRUCTION WORK IN IRAQ’S WAR-AFFECTED AREAS

Kuwait to fund construction work in Iraq’s war-affected areas
3 days ago

Views 1951

+ -

 

SULAIMANI — The government of Kuwait will provide Iraq with $100 million to restore the country’s infrastructure and the health sector in areas recently regained from the Islamic State (ISIS).

The framework agreement which will have Kuwait provide the Iraqi government with $100 million was signed on Sunday (August 6) by Kuwait’s Fund for Arab Economic Development, according to a statement issued by the economic development center.

The Kuwait Fund for Development has already granted Iraq $21 million to support the industrial and electricity sectors in areas affected by the war against ISIS, the statement read.

Earlier this month, media reports said Kuwait is expected to fund an international donor conference set to be held in September to provide financial assistance for reconstruction work in Iraq.

Britain is set to provide Mosul residents with lifesaving aid and funds to rebuild their homes, their city and their lives, days after the liberation of the city was declared.

Priti Patel, the International Development Secretary, announced in July 13 that Britain is transferring £40 million of aid to help the people of Mosul rebuild their lives.

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's victory announcement in Mosul signaled the biggest defeat for the hardline Sunni group since its lightning sweep through northern Iraq three years ago. But pockets of Mosul remain insecure and the city has been heavily damaged by nearly nine months of grueling urban combat.

The campaign to retake Mosul from the militants was launched in October by a 100,000-strong alliance of Iraqi government units, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and Shia militias, with a U.S.-led coalition providing key air and ground support.

 
 
 

KUWAIT TO FUND CONSTRUCTION WORK IN IRAQ’S WAR-AFFECTED AREAS

Kuwait to fund construction work in Iraq’s war-affected areas
3 days ago

Views 1951

+ -

 

SULAIMANI — The government of Kuwait will provide Iraq with $100 million to restore the country’s infrastructure and the health sector in areas recently regained from the Islamic State (ISIS).

The framework agreement which will have Kuwait provide the Iraqi government with $100 million was signed on Sunday (August 6) by Kuwait’s Fund for Arab Economic Development, according to a statement issued by the economic development center.

The Kuwait Fund for Development has already granted Iraq $21 million to support the industrial and electricity sectors in areas affected by the war against ISIS, the statement read.

Earlier this month, media reports said Kuwait is expected to fund an international donor conference set to be held in September to provide financial assistance for reconstruction work in Iraq.

Britain is set to provide Mosul residents with lifesaving aid and funds to rebuild their homes, their city and their lives, days after the liberation of the city was declared.

Priti Patel, the International Development Secretary, announced in July 13 that Britain is transferring £40 million of aid to help the people of Mosul rebuild their lives.

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's victory announcement in Mosul signaled the biggest defeat for the hardline Sunni group since its lightning sweep through northern Iraq three years ago. But pockets of Mosul remain insecure and the city has been heavily damaged by nearly nine months of grueling urban combat.

The campaign to retake Mosul from the militants was launched in October by a 100,000-strong alliance of Iraqi government units, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and Shia militias, with a U.S.-led coalition providing key air and ground support.

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