Iraqi President supports poor through Social Solidarity Campaign


25/3/2020 20:29:00
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     Iraqi President supports poor within Social Solidarity Campaign to confront coronavirus

The Iraqi President, Barham Salih announced his acceptance of a challenge to support the poor as part of a campaign for social solidarity to confront the Coronavirus crisis.

 

In a tweet on Twitter, President, Salih, responded to the challenge of Prime Minister for Women's Affairs, Hanan al-Fatlawi, by saying, "Thank you for the good initiative, and I accept the challenge, and this is the least of our duty to contribute to efforts to confront this epidemic."

 

It is mentioned that al-Fatlawi accepted the challenge, through her account on Twitter, from one of the activists, and she transferred this challenge to the Presidents of the Republic, Parliament and a number of politicians in turn.

 


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