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Flood Killed a Girl in Mosul and Disabled the study in Nineveh

According to koodakpress، Four Iraqis were killed as a result of the floods in the city of Mosul, the center of Ninewa province, northern Iraq, where a deputy called for Nineveh to declare a state of emergency in the province, while the provincial council announced the disruption of school attendance. Iraqi sources said: “Four people, including […]

According to koodakpress، Four Iraqis were killed as a result of the floods in the city of Mosul, the center of Ninewa province, northern Iraq, where a deputy called for Nineveh to declare a state of emergency in the province, while the provincial council announced the disruption of school attendance.

Iraqi sources said: “Four people, including a girl, were killed by floods on the right side of the city of Mosul, amid reports of dozens of people injured by the floods.”

The MP called for the province of Nineveh Mansour al-Murad, to declare a state of emergency in the province, attributed the cause to the floods that are experiencing.

Al-Maraid said in a statement: “The property of the population of Nineveh was severely damaged: the result of the blockage of bridges on the outside roads, causing the flooding of areas adjacent to roads and low areas.”

He added that “the Minister of Housing and Reconstruction was unable to lack sufficient funds to address the affected bridges,” calling for “the need to intervene immediately and transfer funds from emergency allocations.”

“The need for coordination between the central government and international organizations and local government in the province; to develop clear plans under specific signatures for the reconstruction of the province, including the center of the city of Mosul and the establishment of infrastructure, including sewerage systems to deal with the floods.”

Nineveh province has been hit by torrential rain since Saturday, causing many roads to drown and many roads between the center of Mosul and surrounding villages and towns being closed.

 

 

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