Washington provides aid to Iraq about 155 million dollars

Washington-ALsharqiya July 24: US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announced his country's provision of approximately $155 million in additional humanitarian assistance to the Iraqi people and Iraqi refugees in the region, in addition to the communities hosting them. Blinken said in a statement that US humanitarian support to Iraq, in addition to additional funding from the State Department and the US Agency for International Development, will reach more than $200 million in fiscal year 2021. He noted that this funding provides Iraqis with shelter, basic health care, and assistance. It will also support Iraqis displaced by ISIS, improve the capacity of health care facilities, and increase access to education and livelihood opportunities. The US Secretary of State stressed that the United States is still the largest single donor of humanitarian aid in Iraq and in the world.


Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi stressed the need for coordination between

Jordanian Interior Minister Mazen Al-Faraya affirmed that his country's relations

Jordanian Prime Minister Bishr Al-Khasawneh reiterated the Kingdom's keenness