Secretary General of the Iraqi Cabinet, Mahdi al-Alaq, has inaugurated ten Kuwaiti-funded schools, in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.

Speaking to the media, on Sunday, Ahmad Al-Heity, chairman of the United Iraqi Medical Society (UIMS), which supervised the establishment of the schools, pointed out that, six of the schools were built on the right side of the city, while the other four on the left side.

Each school has a capacity of 640 students.

The schools are fully furnished, and equipped with air conditioning systems and power generators, as well as, all necessary requirements, he added.

The Iraqi government announced earlier that, the fund provided by the State of Kuwait, exceeded all funds of other Arab countries.

It lauded Kuwait’s finance to the construction of a number of schools and medical centres across Iraq.

Source: NAM News Network