UNDP delegation to the United Nations organization expresses its admiration for the agricultural projects of the Al-Abbas's (P) Shrine

A delegation that included a group of figures from the United Nations Development Program, expressed its admiration for the agricultural projects of the Al-Abbas's (p) Shrine.

"What we saw during our tour of the Al-Awali and Firdaws projects of the Al-Abbas's (p) Shrine represents a great and interesting effort, as it provided significant development in the field of Agriculture and the fight against desertification,"said the resident representative of the UNDP office in Iraq, Mr. Auke Lootsma.

"What distinguishes these projects from others is that they were built in the desert, and this is something we have never seen before in a place, and it is a unique experience that contributes to the development of the environment and the development of its projects, in addition to the development of Water Resources in Iraq, and addressing the water problem,"he added.

For his part, the director of the United Nations Development Program in the Middle Euphrates, Mr. Ali Kamouna, said, "We are looking forward to opening prospects for cooperation with the Al-Abbas's (p) Shrine, because we have seen achievements, agricultural projects and initiatives that were very impressive, and contributed to making significant changes in the use of alternative water and solar energy, job creation and global warming treatments.

"The delegation conducted a tour of the agricultural projects of the holy shrine, to get acquainted with the latest findings in the investment of Water Resources, planting trees and green belts, in addition to vegetable and strategic crops, and relying on renewable energy, and the UN delegation expressed its admiration for these projects,"said the authorized director of the International Brigade company, engineer Adel al-Mi'mar.

"We reviewed how the Al-Abbas's (p) Shrine contributed to preserving the environment through these projects, improving the environmental situation and addressing climate changes, which represent a great threat to Iraq and the world,"he added.
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