The Govt Signs Two Agreements With Germany To Set Up Multiple Service Projects In Liberated Areas
BAGHDAD, The Iraqi government signed two agreements with the German government to set up service projects within the German loan in the liberated areas.
A statement by the Secretariat General of the Council of Ministers said that a meeting of the German-Iraqi Steering Committee, chaired by the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers Mehdi Al-Alak and the German Ambassador, Dr Cyrill Nunn was held in the presence of a German delegation, the head of the Iraq Reconstruction Fund Mustafa Al-Hiti and Turhan Al-Mufti, they discussed the terms of the two conventions and the projects that can be initiated after the signing, in order to speed up the return of displaced persons to their areas of residence. "
The statement added that "the agreements come within the project of the German Development Bank to support the efforts of the Iraqi government in the reconstruction of liberated areas, providing for the allocation of 135 million euros for urgent projects in the rehabilitation of roads and bridges, networks and water stations, and also in the rehabilitation of electricity networks in the provinces of Nineveh, Anbar and Salahuddin, the Muthanna Bridge in Mosul, the establishment of a hospital for the wounded and the disabled as a result of the war on the terrorist organization in Baghdad and two other hospitals in the liberated areas, including a modern hospital. "
According to the statement, the second stage of the German loan will focus on the allocation of 140 million euros to add new power stations for the Ministry of Electricity, with the aim of improving energy levels.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency