November 17, 2015 0
Japan's new ambassador to Iraq, Fumio Ewa announced the allocation of his country seven billion dollars for the implementation of projects in Iraq.
A statement by the Kurdistan Regional Government: The head of the provincial government Nechirvan Barzani met with Japan's new ambassador to Iraq and his accompanying delegation.
The new ambassador said "The Government of Japan has allocated nearly seven billion dollars for the reconstruction of Iraq, including the share of the Kurdistan region, and will be implementing a number of projects of the share of the region, such as Halabja water and sewage discharge Arbil water filling Derlok, the projects will come into force in the near future."
He stressed that "Alyaean government continues to send aid and assistance, which will send in the near future to Iraq in order to help the displaced and refugees."
For his part, thanked the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government aid to the people of Japan and government and their aid to the Kurdistan region, ".
The two sides discussed, according to the statement, "the situation of the region in general, and the fighting fronts to confront terrorists Daash the political situation in Iraq and the region."
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