The opening of a center to deal with the remnants of displaced persons south of Salah al-Din
19/9/2018 12:00 am
[rtl] Salah Eddin Samir Adel
Nasiriyah / Hazem Mohammed Habib The Samarra Operations Command, in coordination with the federal police forces, opened a center to receive the displaced in an area south of Salah al-Din governorate. The Dhi Qar migration announced the start of the ministry's plan to return the displaced families in the governorate voluntarily to their liberated areas.
The officer in the Fifth Commanders Brigade, Colonel Ahmad Al-Lahibi, told Al-Sabah: "The security forces worked in cooperation with the governorate administration to return the displaced persons to their homes after checking their security names. He also pointed out that a center for the reception of displaced persons was opened in al-Rafayat area south of Salah al-Din. Families began to come to the area in preparation for their return home after checking Radha security and issued Bajat for anyone aged 10 years and above.
"The governorate witnessed the return of more than 85 percent of the displaced to their homes after the liberation of their areas and the security of the area except for the Chinese and areas in Baiji because of the high proportion of houses and a small number of residents of the district," the head of the Department of Migration and Displaced in Salahaddin, Fahd Mohammed Hussein, told our correspondent. Al-Sharqat, in addition to the displaced from the province of Hawija in the province of Kirkuk and its sub-districts, recalling the existence of 1490 families in the camps of science and dignity and dignity, where a large distribution of food and refrigerators last month and will be distributed in the next eight thousand food baskets among the displaced Returnees, and there is a high coordination with conservative management and security authorities in order to regulate the survival of the process that families can not return to inhabit areas with the promotion of voluntary return, as the department was able to close the camps for displaced people after the return Saknehma to their homes in various regions of the
The Dhi Qar Immigration Department announced that the ministry's plan to repatriate some 1,200 displaced families in Dhi Qar province has begun voluntarily to their liberated areas. Director of the Department Ali Al-Hilo told the morning correspondent: The Ministry of Migration prepared a plan to address the prolonged displacement of displaced families since 2008 and beyond 10/6/2014 after the entry of gangs advocating defeated to the provinces of Nineveh, Salah al-Din, Anbar, Diyala and Kirkuk, and that the past few months have seen the return of displaced families But it was not encouraging to the liberated areas, which prompted the ministry to convene a conference in the presence of its minister to develop a plan to address this problem, where the Conference adopted proposals to be implemented in practice after the ratification focuses on voluntary return.
Dhi Qar recorded more than 2,600 displaced families after 10 June 2014, while more than 1,300 families returned over the past period and more than 1,200 remained in Dhi Qar Governorate.[/rtl]
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