Canada ensure Iraq at the International Monetary Fund and send $ 200 million

Wednesday 20-07-2016

Twilight News / Canada pledged to guarantee the value of two hundred million dollars for other loans from the World Bank for the Iraqi government and 158 million Canadian dollars (110 million euros) in humanitarian aid.
The guarantee loans amounting to 200 million Canadian dollars fulfillment of a promise to Canada in the recent summit of the Group of Seven in Japan "in order to support the economic reform of Iraq's efforts through the World Bank."
He said Canadian Foreign Minister Stephane Dion said almost all of the amount of the 158 million dollars will be allocated to secure "fundamental needs of Iraqis who have been affected by the conflict."
And it will offer part of this amount to the United Nations Development Program in the framework of assistance to the return of Iraqis to areas that have been recovered from the organization of the Islamic state.
A statement by the Canadian Foreign Ministry said that such assistance will also allow "avoidance of improvised explosive force of a hand-made in Ramadi and other areas liberated."
The announcement of this assistance by the donors' conference for Iraq will be held Wednesday in Washington.
She said International Development Secretary Marie-Claude Pippo "The aid will help meet emergency needs in the field of health, shelter and protection, education and food to hundreds of thousands of Iraqis who have been affected by the conflict."