When the siege is over, what will the survivors do?
In a move that would not have been seen in Canada until just a few years ago, the Government of Canada has announced a plan to send thousands of federal troops to the Middle East to help rebuild a devastated region devastated by a conflict.
In a joint statement, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan and Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland say the deployment will be a “necessary step” in rebuilding Canada’s relations with the Middle Eastern states, which were devastated by the fighting.
It’s not the first time the federal government has been accused of aiding a war zone.
Earlier this year, it announced plans to send troops to Saudi Arabia, where the U.S. has deployed an offensive against the Iranian Revolutionary Guards.
The U.K. is also contributing troops.
The Canadian government said the government was also considering sending military advisors to Iraq to advise local authorities and to help train and equip Iraqi forces.
The United States, Britain and France are also participating in the mission.
The federal government is also paying for the cost of the deployment, which is expected to be $400 million.
However, the cost is expected have a huge impact on Canada’s finances as well as its international reputation.
In an interview with CBC News on Monday, Freeland said the federal governments contribution would help with humanitarian aid, “so the reconstruction can go forward.”
The U,S., U.k., France and Britain have already agreed to pay for humanitarian aid to rebuild the region.
The government says the military aid will be given to local governments and UN agencies to assist them in the reconstruction of the region, which was ravaged by the conflict between Iraqi forces and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, also known as ISIL.
It will also help to rebuild infrastructure in the region to prepare for reconstruction and provide assistance to local authorities.
The country’s new government is set to make a decision on the military assistance later this month.