Main gate of the city of Tikrit Imaging (Munir al-Jubouri)Salahuddin agree with Amnesty International documented "Daash violations" against the people of the provinceAuthor: AM
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Long-Presse / Salahuddin
Said Salahuddin Council, on Saturday, agreeing with Amnesty International to document the "violations" committed by the (Daash) against the people of the province, (170 km north of Baghdad), indicating that the vision of the two sides were identical on the need to create safe corridors for displaced families fleeing areas territories and create a favorable areas for evacuation and shelter, re citizens of the liberated areas of "possible speed" to impact "troubling" on the local social fabric.
The head of the provincial council, Ahmed Karim, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The Council discussed with the Amnesty International delegation, in Tikrit, the possibility to start a project to document the Daash crimes against the people of the province," noting that "the delegation of the Organization briefed on violations exposed residents spend Sharqat, (120 km north of Tikrit) city, and surrounding areas, before trying to escape from the grip of criminal gangs Daash toward the camps constructed to receive them or through it. "
He said Karim, "The Council discussed with the Amnesty International delegation reality liberated preservation areas have not been re-citizens, in Yathrib and dear country and its outskirts in the south, and Solomon Beck in the east, and the other," noting that "the Council and a delegation of the Organization agreed on the need to provide safe corridors for displaced families fleeing from areas under the control of Daash, and create a favorable areas for evacuation and shelter. "
The head of the Council of Salahuddin province, that "the vision of the delegation were identical with the Council on the need to strive by the Government to the citizens of the liberated areas as quickly as possible and end the state of displacement of what caused it of serious damage to them and the effects of that disturbing the social fabric of the inhabitants of those areas."