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[size=52]Masrour Barzani discusses with the delegation of the International Coalition the reforms of the Ministry of Peshmerga and the importance of supporting it[/size]

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[size=45]Providing support to the Peshmerga to confront the threats of ISIS[/size]
[size=45]Erbil - Fareed Hassan[/size]
[size=45]Diyala - Salam Al-Shammari[/size]
[size=45]The President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, received a delegation of the international coalition forces headed by the Deputy Commander of the Coalition Forces in Iraq and Syria, General Kevin Copsey. Yesterday's statement said that (in the meeting, the latest developments in the situation in the Iraqi arena and the region in general were discussed, as well as ways to enhance cooperation and joint coordination between the Peshmerga forces and the international coalition.[/size]
[size=45]Emphasis was also placed on continuing to train and provide support to the Peshmerga forces to confront the threats of ISIS terrorists and other terrorist groups, and to protect security and stability in the Kurdistan region.[/size]
[size=45]On the other hand? After local media circulated about an explosion of a stockpile of ammunition in the New Iraq camp or Ashraf in Diyala governorate, the commander of the Diyala sector operations for the Popular Mobilization, Talib Al-Moussawi, explained yesterday, the details of the explosion, which the citizens heard in the camp, which was sheltering The People's Mojahedin Movement of Iran, in which the Popular Mobilization Forces are now located. Al-Moussawi said, “What was rumored about the explosion of a stockpile of ammunition inside Camp Ashraf is not true, but rather a controlled explosion of war remnants and explosives that were planted in the orchards of Diyala and were taken out and detonated outside Camp Ashraf in a location controlled by the Popular Mobilization Forces.” Al-Moussawi added, "These orchards are still being cleansed by the Popular Mobilization Forces from the remnants of ISIS, in order to restore life to them."[/size]
[size=45]destroyed houses[/size]
[size=45]Mahdi added, “The displaced have two options, either to move to Alwand camp in Khanaqin or to move to their liberated areas, and this is a very difficult matter, because their homes are destroyed, or to search for another shelter, stressing that closing the camp is a wrong decision and will lead to a humanitarian disaster and a new displacement for dozens of families who live below the poverty line).[/size]
[size=45]Mahdi stressed, “The position of the Human Rights Office is consistent in the need to wait for families to stay until compensation is paid to rebuild their homes in their liberated areas. Otherwise, it means families go to the unknown.” For his part, the mayor of Baquba Abdullah al-Hayali said that (the local government of Diyala gave a green light to close the Saad camp for the displaced near Baquba, which is the first camp for the displaced to be closed after the events of June 2014).[/size]
[size=45]Al-Hayali added, “The camp, which currently includes more than 150 displaced families, has been waiting to close the camp for many months due to the repercussions of the Corona pandemic.”[/size]
[size=45]Al-Hayali explained, that (the families have two options, the first is to move to the Alwand camps in Khanaqin or move to their liberated areas or any other shelter), pointing out that (the closure process takes place through a government committee that includes representatives from several departments).[/size]
[size=45]In another context, the Director of Diyala Agriculture Information, Muhammad Al-Mandalawi, said that (the agricultural plan for the winter season in Diyala amounted to 535,820 dunams, of which 498,368 dunams were specified for the wheat crop and 33,420 dunams for barley, 4032 dunams for the rest of the other agricultural crops). Al-Mandalawi added, that (the winter plan for the winter season is less than the last season by about 200,000 dunams due to the water situation), stressing that (the plan mainly depends on the water storage available in the irrigation dams and its ability to secure irrigation in addition to the liquefaction stations, which is a very important matter). ).[/size]
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