In parts of Mosul,it seems a city is coming back to life.The people relieved,the economy reviving.
Mahmoud,a tailor saw all his equipment destroyed during the shelling, somehow he must start again.
I cannot resume work simply because I’m shorter materials,I need textiles and other equipment.
Businesses and tradesmen must join hand to bring back life to the city, the state and the people must come together, and this has not happened yet.
Mosul, famous for its markets，selling produce from the surrounding countryside.
Now the crowds have returned, the people hope their city has left its darkest days behind.
We are making swift progress at all levels, industry,commerce, the movement of people.
We had not expected things to go so fast, we are confident the residents of full Ninawa and Mosul want to help the federal and local governments.
But on these streets, west of the Tigris, the tangled debris of war has barely been moved.
This, all that remains of the old commercial center.
The reconstruction of Mosul’s buildings and its people’s confidence will take many years.