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    Today, 02:17 AM
    Halabousi: It is time for the Iraqis to feel their wealth BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Parliament speaker Mohamed Halboussi said on Monday December 10, 2018, that the battles waged by the Iraqis to defeat the organization advocated last year were "liberation operations impossible military and the least possible losses," while noting that the wealth possessed by Iraq was wasted during the previous eras Wars and conflicts are now wasted in corruption, stressing that the time has come for Iraqis to feel their wealth. "On this day, a bright page began to liberate dear dear Mosul and ended a dark page at the end of a myth that called for its alleged state," he said in a statement to the obelisk. "Iraq has unquestionably affirmed that it is the most powerful and the most powerful." He added that "the face of our land is crowned with light after being honored by the blood of the heroic martyrs that were shed on the land of Mosul, and mingled the Iraqi blood from the far north of Iraq to the extreme south and from the extreme east to the extreme west, pure blood of heroes who assured the world the unity of this country and the great amount and prestige and expensive Paid for this land. " "In these days, the line of heroes heroes of the most courageous fighting in the management of a battle that required the clearance of civilians dependent on the one hand and the elimination of the enemy entrenched in the civil and its people on the other hand, and were able to professionally conduct an impossible liberation in military accounts with minimal losses possible with Stories in nobility and masculinity and sacrifice to save families can not describe words that embody them. " He explained that "our heroes had to run a historic battle that requires awareness and deliberation with the scenes of pain and they see with their eyes the graves of the prophets destroyed by terrorism and the beacon of humpback and prostrate after a thousand years of glory and their hearts were burning to these scenes, but the estimates of the military position required them patience and planning, From the land and history and the great task was to save our people and get them out of the hell of the battle and bring them to the safe camps. " "Our honest honorable people from inside Mosul managed to communicate with their brothers from the armed forces to provide these forces with information from inside the city, which broke the back inside and facilitated the liberalization process and reduced the proportion of civilian casualties and liberated forces." "Our celebration of the liberation of Mosul is a celebration of victory in all the cities liberated by our heroes, but this day was an expression of the completion of the most important stage in the victory march," he said. He pointed out that "our heroic forces in all their formations presented a unique model of cohesion and coordination. The army, the police, the counterterrorism forces, the popular, tribal and peshmerga forces were one hand, through a deliberate fighting rhythm, coordination at the highest levels and the distribution of professional roles that offered a variety of abilities and complemented capabilities. Armies in the world advanced and developed. " "Here, I salute our courageous heroes, express my pride and pride in our forces, who were fighting with their hands and carrying the humanitarian for the displaced, but also with the forces fighting the environment and supporting the rescue in floods and disasters, providing bridges, distributing food and returning the displaced to their homes. He does what our brave men, heroes and fighters do. " Halboussi stressed that "on this day we remember the martyrs because they are the owners of the achievement first and remember their parents and their children and their mothers and their parents and their brothers and their families, we remember everyone who stood in their backs pushing them to victory and urging them, and remember the wounded who were advancing in front of their colleagues and brothers and competing to defend and defend the sanctities. He also said: "We remember with gratitude and gratitude the fatwa of the Iraqi authority to look after the Iraqis to protect their homeland, defend the land and offer and save civilians. The Iraqis quickly responded to this fatwa and call for reference. The greatest victory in this century. " Halabousi also recalled the position of the international organizations that stood with us in the face of the disaster of displacement as the people left the besieged cities and supporting these organizations to Iraq. The International Alliance has an important and effective role in Iraq's participation in this battle, with its aerial, logistical and intelligence . "We would like to thank the brotherly, friendly and friendly countries that supported Iraq's position and stood with it as much as possible, and thanks to our people in the Kurdistan government and people for their noble position in welcoming the displaced and facing the challenges of the crisis with the Center with all responsibility from the participation of the heroic Peshmerga, Displaced persons and provide the means to assist them. " He said to the Iraqis that "the benefits of victory require more care for this achievement to complete the march achieved by our brave heroes, which is a national responsibility requires large blocks and parties and leading figures more patience, sacrifice and selflessness to cross the benefits of forming the government and the completion of this task in a timely manner and in harmony with the spirit of democracy "He said. He stressed that "the most important thing that can make our victory is to start effectively reconstruction and reconstruction of the liberated areas in particular and all areas of Iraq in general, which was credited with liberating the land and make serious sacrifices to achieve this victory." "We can not promise this victory a complete victory unless the rights of the martyrs, the wounded and all the fighters are guaranteed, in all its moral and material details, and to work hard to bring the displaced back to their homes and secure the requirements of a decent life for them," he said. He said to the Iraqis, "Today we stand on the threshold of a new stage after the formation of the government and start its project and program, which we hope to be launched quickly, specifically in paragraphs related to the service of citizens and the creation of decent living conditions in Iraq. Al-Halbusi stressed that "the time for Iraqis to feel the value of their wealth and to seek it in practice reflected in their service, educational and living conditions and that the Iraqi in the ranks of citizens in the Arab counterpart countries in the economic site, has been exposed to the wealth possessed by Iraq in previous eras of waste in wars and conflicts empty, Iraq decades and a significant decline. " "We are now playing the role of corruption in these wealth, where the Iraqi people have been deprived of it. We hope and optimistic that the government will be able to accomplish the task of confronting corruption and the task of development as soon as possible," he said.
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  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Today, 12:57 AM
    The German Ministry of Foreign Affairs has contributed an additional EUR 22 million to the UNDP Funding Facility for Stabilization (FFS), which finances fast-track initiatives in areas of Iraq liberated from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). This brings the Ministry’s contribution to EUR 80.2 million and the total support from the Government of Germany to EUR 209.9 million. Acting UNDP Resident Representative for Iraq, Mr. Gerardo Noto, said: “Enormous progress continues to be made across the liberated areas of Iraq, with seventy percent of those who were displaced during the conflict now returned home. UNDP deeply appreciates the timely funding provided by the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and while there remains a great deal of work to do, this generous contribution will help re-establish public services and rebuild social cohesion in the most vulnerable areas.” The German Ambassador to Iraq, H.E. Dr. Cyrill Nunn, said: “Germany continues to support Iraq’s stabilization efforts to shore up the progress made to date. As we look to the new Government to step forward to take increasing ownership of stabilisation and more long term development efforts, we will remain a committed partner for the people of Iraq and a strong supporter of the efforts of the United Nations.” In addition to its Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Germany also contributes to FFS through its Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development implemented by KfW, the German development bank. At the request of the Government of Iraq, UNDP established the FFS in June 2015 to facilitate the return of displaced Iraqis, lay the groundwork for reconstruction and recovery, and safeguard against the resurgence of violence and extremism. The Facility has a portfolio of over 3,000 projects – half of which are already completed – in the provinces of Ninewah, Anbar, Salah Al-Din, Diyala and Kirkuk. The FFS repairs essential public infrastructure such as electricity, water and sewage system grids. It rebuilds schools, health centres and homes, and provides people with short-term employment through public works schemes in areas directly impacted by ISIL. This investment in critical services sets the stage for recovery and resilience work, as well as longer-term reconstruction and development activities. Over 95 percent of all stabilization projects are carried out by local private sector companies, providing a key source of employment for local people. (Source: UN) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 12:57 AM
    By Mustafa Saadoun for Al Monitor. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. According to the head of the literacy department at the Directorate General of Education in Basra, Karim Handhal Abdul Karim, student participation in literacy centers in Iraq’s southern province of Basra has*dwindled in 2018*by more than two-thirds compared to 2013. Abdul Karim told the press Nov. 22: “It is such a big contrast when comparing this year’s figures to those of 2013. The number of students in Basra’s 339 literacy*centers amounted to over 39,000 in 2013. In 2018, however, only 1,200 students were enrolled in the 21 centers in the province.” He attributed the decline to the fact that students enrolled in literacy centers are no longer*paid by the government for taking classes at these centers. Click here to read the full story. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 12:57 AM
    From AFP. Any opinions expressed are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. Iraqis forces parade and celebrate in the streets of Mosul as they mark a year since Iraq declared victory against the Islamic State group, the conclusion of a three-year battle to oust the jihadists. View on YouTube Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 12:57 AM
    As Nadia Murad (pictured), the Yazidi activist and survivor of gender-based violence is honored with the Nobel Prize for Peace, UNICEF is calling attention to the plight of hundreds of thousands of internally displaced children in Iraq whose lives are threatened by freezing temperatures and floods that have affected large parts of the country. “As the world celebrates Nadia Murad’s incredible story of survival and her work for human rights, let us remember that there are many vulnerable children in Iraq who still need our support, even if the worse of the violence may be over” said Peter Hawkins, UNICEF Representative in Iraq. Winters in Iraq are harsh. It rains and snows and temperatures can fall below zero in the northern part of the country, where a majority of Yazidi and other displaced children live. Most displaced families live below the poverty line, in dilapidated housing with poor heating, or in camps with little protection from the cold. It impossible to afford fuel for heating and winter clothing to keep their children warm. “The devastating floods have made this winter even more difficult for displaced children who are extremely vulnerable to hypothermia and respiratory diseases. No child should be subjected to such risks. Every child deserves to be warm and healthy,” added Mr. Hawkins. UNICEF is providing winter clothes, including boots, scarves, and hats to approximately 161,000 children in Sinjar, Erbil, Dohuk, Ninawa, Anbar, Diwaniya, Basra, Salaheddin, Baghdad and Suleimaniah, including through cash support. UNICEF’s winter campaign aims to reach the most vulnerable children aged between three months and 14 years living in camps for the internally displaced and in hard-to-reach areas. (Source: UN) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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