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ISIS era is over, reconstruction battle lays ahead, Jabouri says

2017/12/11 | 22:00

(Iraq Now News)- Speaker of the Iraqi parliament Selim al-Jabouri on Monday said the issue of ISIS terror has been tackled, and there is big battle laying ahead represented in reconstruction efforts and helping the displaced persons return home.

In a meeting with an EU delegation, Jabouri said regional and international actors should help Iraq reconstruct the destroyed cities and get the displaced persons back home.

He also applauded the efforts exerted by the EU in terms of offering humanitarian aid to the Iraqis.

On its part, the EU delegation asserted its keenness to support Iraq in all fields.  ISIS terror outfit has been incurring huge losses in Iraq in recent months, with its affiliates expelled entirely from Mosul, Tal Afar and other areas.

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