Norway provides $ 1.8 million to support the liberated areas in Iraq
BAGHDAD - and babysit - United Nations Development Programme in Iraq signed with Norway, on Friday, a partnership agreement worth $ 1.8 million to support the restoration of stability to areas liberated from the control of the organization "Daash efforts."
UN Programme said in a statement, seen by "public opinion" it, "The program was signed valued partnership $ 1.8 million agreement to support the restoration of stability to the liberated areas newly of control Daash efforts, and will convert the amount to finance the immediate stability which finances Fund Links initiatives in the newly liberated areas. "
He added that "the Fund's support comes to restore stability to Tikrit, where more than 155 thousand people returned to their homes, and will soon launch new initiatives in the editor in the provinces of Salahuddin and Nineveh areas, in addition to continuing preparations to support similar efforts in Ramadi if emancipation and declared safe area" .
For its part, Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme and the Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq, Lise Grande, through the signing of the Baghdad ceremony, "We aim to help the liberated areas to return to normal life as quickly as possible, through the preparation areas and the promotion of civic engagement and assistance he said in the revival of the local economy. "
She added that "the contribution of Norway comes at the right time, where we work around the clock in preparation for the Liberation of gray, and we must move quickly when the city becomes controlled by the government."
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