Nin­eveh tribes thank Kuwait for ‘gen­er­ous’ aid

Kuwait Times - - LOCAL -

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

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