Al-Kaabi to the head of the International Organization for Migration: Four million displaced persons returned to their areas after liberation
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Information / Baghdad ..
The First Vice-President of the House of Representatives Hassan al-Kaabi on Wednesday, the return of more than four million displaced people to their areas after the liberation of cities, indicating the head of the International Organization for Migration that Iraq is continuing to join the International Organization for Migration.
"The first deputy speaker of parliament Hassan al-Kaabi met with his office today, the head of the mission of the International Organization for Migration in Iraq, Gerard Duet and his accompanying delegation, in the presence of a member of the Commission on Human Rights Representative Yusra Rajab."
Al-Kaabi said that "the legislative and executive authorities are seeking to complete the necessary procedures for the return of the remaining displaced persons to their areas of origin, especially after the return of more than four million displaced people after the liberation operations and the efforts of the concerned institutions especially security in order to provide services and ensure their security and stability. With the International Organization for Migration in Iraq ".
He stressed that "Iraq is working during the coming period to activate the subject of response to the desire of the International Organization for Migration of the United Nations to join the membership after the completion of all the necessary procedures for that, saying that" moving forward in achieving the step contributes significantly to the exercise of the role of Iraq and its real weight on the subject Migration, displaced persons and displaced persons ".
The statement stressed that "the meeting stressed a number of urgent solutions for the return of displaced persons to their liberated areas, facilitating the voluntary repatriation of displaced Iraqis abroad, as well as the need to strengthen joint cooperation for a post-urgent period, as well as holding meetings and meetings with the relevant parliamentary committees to discuss issues related to Mutual interest "