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Shafaq News/ The President of the Republic, Abd al-Latif Jamal Rashid stressed, on Tuesday, the need to end the displacement file and ensure the return of all displaced people to their homes and areas.
This came during Rashid's reception of the Deputy Special Representative of the United Nations in Iraq, Humanitarian Coordinator, Ghulam Muhammad Ishaq, and his accompanying delegation, in the presence of the Minister of Immigration, Ms. Evan Faiq Jabro, to withdraw a statement from the presidency, which was received by Shafaq News Agency.
The statement added; During the expanded meeting, the file of the displaced in the country was discussed, where the President of the Republic stressed the need to strengthen efforts at all levels in order to end the displacement file and ensure the return of all the displaced to their homes and regions, stressing the need not to be complacent in this vital humanitarian file and to work hard between the concerned international organizations. and government agencies in this regard.
Rashid stressed; He stressed the need to complete construction and reconstruction in the city of Sinjar and provide services, pointing to the readiness of the Presidency of the Republic to support these efforts and coordinate with international organizations for the purpose of returning the displaced people who are living in tragic conditions.
He expressed his hope that the infrastructure in the city would be completed due to its importance in ending the file of the displaced, and while confirming his willingness to visit Sinjar again to see what was presented in this regard, he noted the need for tangible results.
The President of the Republic indicated that the continued presence of the displaced in camps amidst difficult living conditions, years after the end of the war on ISIS and the disappearance of the causes of displacement, is unacceptable. Returning the displaced and resolving the issues that prevent this, while ensuring a safe and stable return and a decent life in their areas.
For its part, the delegation gave an explanation to the president about the situation in Sinjar, and referred to the construction of many houses, a police station and the municipality department in the city, according to the statement.
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