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In the midst of the Christian complaints from Iraq, Pence, quick relief promises action

In a statement News that Mike Pence’s office, received by Fox explained that both the trump administration, and the Vice-President himself “would not tolerate bureaucratic delays in the implementation of the management, the vision, provide the support we promised to help the people we obliged.”

(Reuters )

Angered by the delays in getting promised direct U.S. aid to Christians and minority Yazidis in Northern Iraq devastated by genocide ISIS attacks, Vice President, Pence has appointed USAID Administrator, Mark Green-to-head, personally, in Iraq “in the coming weeks” and is back with a plan to possible slowdown.

Pence made the announcement just three days after a Fox News report pointed out, the extent of the delays. The article is a statement by Chaldean Archbishop Bashar Warda, whose Church became the main contained of the support for the approximately 60,000 Christians miss support is that seven months after Pence vowed publicly to rectify the situation, “we are worse off than we were two years ago.”

In a statement, News, Pence’s office, received by Fox explained that both the trump administration, and the Vice-President himself “would not tolerate bureaucratic delays in the implementation of the management, the vision, provide the support we promised to help the people we obliged.”

The statement is addressed to Green ” report back with an immediate comprehensive assessment of the management of any problems which delay the process of aid distribution.”

A source close to Warda’s office had not calls from Fox News returned to the new Pence announcement, as of press time.

“The restoration of the rights and property of the Iraqi Christian and Yazidi communities that were almost said wiped out by ISIS is genocide campaign against them,” the Pence statement, is “a top and a permanent priority” of the administration.

It was, in fact, as a result, the priority that Pence made his promise seven months ago — what followed two months later with a plan to funnel $ 35 million in aid directly to the suffering of the minorities, while the realignment and closely monitoring a further $150 million or so in aid of the treated, as in the past by the United Nations.

George Russell is editor-at-large of Fox News and can be found on Twitter: @George Russell or Facebook.com/GeorgeRussell

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