Conflict, Stability and Security Fund:Written question - 241000

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Asked by Nia Griffith
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Asked on: 04 April 2019
Ministry of Defence
Conflict, Stability and Security Fund
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, whether he plans to implement the recommendations of the CSSF Annual Review in respect of the (a) Sudan Improving International Standards in the Defence Sector programme, (b) Iraq CSSF security and justice programme and (c) North East (NE) Nigeria security and conflict and stabilisation programme.
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Answered by: Mark Lancaster
Answered on: 09 April 2019

As part of the Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) Annual Review process, the Ministry of Defence routinely looks at how it can implement the recommendations made against its programmes.

In relation to the UK Ministry of Defence's work with both the Iraqi Ministry of Defence and the Kurdish Regional Government, we keep our programme of co-operation under review, to ensure that the UK's activity is targeted where it will achieve the best outcomes and that our advisers in-country have clear objectives.

A decision was taken to cease CSSF funding for the Sudan Improving International Standards in the Defence Sector programme for financial year (FY) 2019-20.

We are currently conducting an in-depth review of the North East Nigeria Security, Conflict and Stabilisation programme which will seek to incorporate the review's recommendations and implement key changes for FY 2019-20.

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