Denmark supports Iraq’s stability by an additional $ 21 million


Denmark has announced its contribution of an additional $ 21 million to $ 400,000 to the United Nations Development Program for Stabilization in Iraq, which funds fast-track initiatives to stabilize the areas liberated from the ISIS.
“This contribution will make the total amount contributed by Denmark since 2015 to date about $ 38.1 million,” the UN Development Program (UNDP) said in a statement.
“More than half of the six million people who have fled their homes have returned because of the conflict,” said UNDP Representative Liz Gray. “We are trying to accelerate the stabilization process so that 2.6 million people are still homeless and want to return home and rebuild their lives. Iraq’s top priorities “.

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