Over the course of 16 years, we spent approximately 70 million dollars to reconstruct Palestine (video) – Today 24

Issa Mkiki, Vice President of the Arab International Reconstruction Authority in Palestine, said, “His body has allocated a total of 152,000 dollars for a project related to supplying the residents of the Gaza Strip with tanker trucks,” following the Israeli aggression since last October, which caused the destruction of the solar energy devices it operates in. Wells in the sector.
He added, in an interview with “Al-Youm 24” website, that the authority is in the process of launching a second deal in order to complete the same project.

The authority, which was established following the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip in 2008, has so far spent a total amount estimated at 70 million dollars, including 30 million dollars to build and equip hospitals, 22 million dollars to connect to potable water and disinfection, and 7 million dollars to the education sector.
He explained that financing these projects is through partnership agreements linking the Authority with the Islamic Development Bank, the Kuwaiti Bank, the Arab Bank, and the Qatar Charity Foundation.
He mentioned that the Islamic Development Bank started financing some projects at a rate of 25 percent, then moved to financing them at a rate of 50 percent, and currently its financing rate has reached 90 percent, and sometimes it finances them at a rate of 100 percent.
The President of the International Reconstruction Authority, who also holds the position of Vice-President of the Moroccan Reconstruction Authority, praised the firm commitment of King Mohammed VI, Chairman of the Al-Quds Committee, to the Palestinian cause, the latest of which was sending two military planes with urgent humanitarian aid on board for the benefit of the Palestinian population, including important quantities of food and supplies. Medical and water.
He also praised King Mohammed VI’s keenness to continue a project initiated by his late father, Hassan II, related to placing 20 bakeries at the disposal of residents of the Old City of Jerusalem to provide 20,000 breads daily.

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