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U.S. pledges further 200 million in support of Iraq, Syria

2018/02/13 | 11:25

(Iraq Now News)-

U.S.

Secretary of State Rex W.

Tillerson

Kuwait (Iraqinews.com) – U.S.

Secretary of State Rex W.

Tillerson has pledged another $200 million to restore security in Iraq and Syria following the defeat of Islamic State there.

Speaking at an anti-Islamic State coalition ministerial meeting, which kicked off in Kuwait early on Tuesday, Tillerson stressed the importance of providing necessary support for attaining stability in the two countries.

So far, 95 percent of Iraqi and Syrian territories have been liberated from the Islamic State group, Baghdad Today news website quoted the top U.S.

diplomat as saying.

He also stressed his country’s support for efforts exerted by the U.S.-led anti-IS international coalition to support Iraq’s stability and reconstruction.

Tillerson further warned that IS might turn into a rebel movement in Libya, Afghanistan and the Philippines.

The meeting involving the 74-member alliance is part of efforts to up the fight against terrorism and examine a strategy the coalition has concocted in its battle against IS.

It will be divided into two sessions, with the first tackling the fight against IS and the second examining anti-terrorism efforts.

The meeting is also part of a series of international conferences that took place in order to build a formal coalition to destroy the IS, which had taken over large portions of Syria and Iraq in 2014.

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