Nineveh tribes thank Kuwait for ‘generous’ aid
Arab tribes of Nineveh governorate of Mosul province in northern Iraq expressed their sincere gratitude to Kuwait for providing ‘generous’ humanitarian aid to the governorate’s residents and Mosul’s internal displaced persons.
All Nineveh’s tribes thank the Kuwaiti leadership, government, and people for helping the city’s residents and displaced ones inside liberated areas from the socalled Islamic State (IS), said Mizahem Al-Howait, official spokesman for Nineveh’s tribes.
The Kuwaiti humanitarian aid embodied the historical ties between the Iraqi Arab tribes and Kuwait, Al-Howait said, adding that Kuwait has provided food and other humanitarian aid to several liberated areas and districts in Mosul, particularly to displaced persons’ camps.
Kuwait has made a historic stand in support of the Iraqi people, he said, pointing out the effectiveness of the Kuwaiti medical aid in treating wounded civilians from severe injuries and wounds they sustained from IS’s random firing and bombing on the city. “The Iraqi people will never forget Kuwait’s favor on them during these times of distress and difficulty, particularly Nineveh’s tribes and residents,” Howait affirmed. —KUNA