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    The Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: the discovery of 73 mass graves in Sinjar so far

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    The Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: the discovery of 73 mass graves in Sinjar so far Empty The Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: the discovery of 73 mass graves in Sinjar so far

    Post by Rocky Sat 16 Mar 2019, 6:54 am

    The Secretariat of the Council of Ministers: the discovery of 73 mass graves in Sinjar so far
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    BAGHDAD - The total number of graves discovered in Sinjar has reached 73, the director-general of non-governmental organizations in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, Mohammad Taher al-Tamimi, said Saturday.
    "The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, in cooperation with the United Nations Development Program, the Ministry of Health and the Martyrs' Foundation and in coordination with   UNITAD , supervised the opening of the first mass grave in the village of Kuju in Sinjar district, which includes the remains of dozens of Yazidis, Criminal ".
    He added that "the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mehdi Alalak during a speech on behalf of the Prime Minister, stressed that the Iraqi government's efforts to resolve the accumulated problems suffered by the Yazidis, pledging on behalf of the Iraqi government, and with it all the Iraqi people and the international community to track down the perpetrators who committed these The crimes against the village of Kujou and our Yazidi people, whose voice was raised by Mrs. Nadia Murad with the Nobel Peace Prize wherever they were and how long it took to bring them to justice. "
    According to the statement, "The Republic of Iraq welcomed Security Council Resolution 2379, which established an independent investigation headed by a special adviser to support the national efforts aimed at questioning and mobilizing all evidence of the severity of all crimes committed by the terrorist gang in Iraq, Full complemented by the international investigation team led by UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy to the United Nations, Counselor Karim Khan, in preparation for the collection, preservation, storage and use of existing evidence in prosecutions against defamatory criminals. Criminal to ensure full respect for the sovereignty of Iraq prosecuted for all crimes committed on its territory. "
    He added that "this team has been actively involved in the application of international law and standards in order to protect mass graves from tampering and re-opening them in accordance with the provisions of Islamic law and human values ​​in order to identify the identities of the victims and the consequent legal and legal effects and the preservation and protection of evidence that can be deduced Identities of perpetrators ".
    He added that "the government sought after the liberation of Sinjar province to ensure the cleansing of the region of the elements of the terrorist advocate, and with the great concern that surrounds the file of the missing Yezidis and the lack of knowledge of their fate, but there are efforts have been launched from the joint team between the federal governments and the Kurdistan region and the United Nations Mission To follow up the issues of kidnapped women and children and work to liberate them and return them to the country. "
    For his part, Director General of NGOs in the Secretariat General of the Council of Ministers Mohammad Taher Tamimi said that "our priorities are to identify the identities of the victims and stabilize their numbers, and will allow the families of the victims to know the fate of their children," adding that "the joint teams will not stop until the completion of Fatah The mass graves in Sinjar, which the number of discovered (73) cemetery, and expected to include the drilling of the opening of 11 other graves in Kuju. 


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