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Iraq, South Korea discuss development projects post-Daesh destruction

Destroyed houses after clashes are seen in Sinjar, Iraq February 6, 2019. Picture taken February 6, 2019. (Reuters)
Destroyed houses after clashes are seen in Sinjar, Iraq February 6, 2019. Picture taken February 6, 2019. (Reuters)
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22 Mar 2021 04:03:20 GMT9
22 Mar 2021 04:03:20 GMT9

Arab News 

DUBAI: Iraqi and South Korean officials discussed development projects in areas destroyed due to battles fighting Daesh, Iraq’s state news agency reported on Sunday. 

Iraq welcomes international initiative to rebuild cities that were liberated from the control of Daesh, the country’s national security advisor, Qassem Al-Araji, said during a meeting with Jang Kyung-wook, the South Korean ambassador to Baghdad.

The meeting focused on collaboration between the two parties in the reconstruction of Sinjar, the district ravaged by Daesh in 2014.
“Iraq is witnessing security stability that encourages the entry of international investment companies,” Araji said.

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