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    A higher government committee, in cooperation with the Kurdistan Region, begins its work on the file

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    Committee - A higher government committee, in cooperation with the Kurdistan Region, begins its work on the file Empty A higher government committee, in cooperation with the Kurdistan Region, begins its work on the file

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    [size=52]A higher government committee, in cooperation with the Kurdistan Region, begins its work on the file of missing persons in Kirkuk[/size]

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    2023-11-11
    The Strategic Affairs Advisor at the National Security Advisory, Saeed Al-Jayashi, announced on Saturday that a higher government committee, in cooperation with the Kurdistan Region, has begun its work on the file of missing persons in the disputed Kirkuk Governorate between Erbil and Baghdad.[/size]
    [size=45]This came in a joint press conference held today with the Chairman of the Parliamentary Human Rights Committee, Arshad Al-Salhi, and the Governor of Kirkuk, Rakan Saeed Al-Jubouri.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Jayashi said during the conference: Today we are in Kirkuk on an official government mission through a higher committee formed under the guidance of the Prime Minister.[/size]
    [size=45]He added that one of the sensitive files that was presented to the Iraqi government concerned Kirkuk, and the citizens of Kirkuk who have relatives who are absent, missing, or whose fate is unknown. A high-level directive was issued to the National Security Advisory, and this committee was formed with the National Security Advisory and membership of important institutions in the countries. To the Ministry of Interior in the Kurdistan Region and the Asayish Service in Sulaymaniyah Governorate.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Jayashi also pointed out that the committee, before commencing its work, conducted a visit headed by National Security Advisor Qasim Al-Araji to the governorates of Erbil and Sulaymaniyah, and dialogues and direct conversations took place there with those concerned in the matter, including politicians and security personnel, stressing that Erbil had shown full readiness to cooperate with the committee, share information, and provide Full support for the search for citizens who are proven to be missing, detained, or missing. Also in Sulaymaniyah, a high-level meeting was held with the committee and headed by Al-Araji, and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the security services in Sulaymaniyah expressed full readiness in this field.[/size]
    [size=45]He added that the committee met in its first session in the capital, Baghdad, in the Prime Minister’s Office, and established a plan to begin work.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Jayashi noted that the committee received lists of thousands of names, adding, “But the committee decided to establish a new mechanism to deal with accurate information by creating a form and forming a subcommittee in Kirkuk under the supervision of the governor, which includes all the security services present in the governorate in addition to the Office of the Human Rights Commission and the Civil Status Departments.” Civil Affairs and Passports Authority to work for two consecutive months, and the subcommittee has been scheduled to begin work on the 15th of November, and it receives every Iraqi citizen and family who claims to have a missing or detained person through the form.[/size]
    [size=45]He went on to say, “If we complete this period of two months by receiving the true number of each of the allegations related to this file, we will deal according to precise security procedures and a high-level decision in order for the committee to reach a clear answer to every Iraqi family that submitted information to the subcommittee,” stressing that “we must We answer every family regarding the fate of those whom the committee determined to be missing, detained, or whose fate is unknown.”[/size]
    [size=45]He continued that the governmental and subcommittees are serious committees in their work, different from their predecessors and responsible committees, and we cannot talk about the beginning of work without specifying an end, a time frame, and a clear answer to the citizen, and that the government decision is of a high level and is being followed up by the Prime Minister and the Iraqi National Security Advisory. .[/size]
    [size=45]After the events of October 16 and the federal security forces’ control over the disputed areas in the military campaign that followed the referendum held by the Kurdistan Region for independence from Iraq, families from the Arab and Turkmen components in Kirkuk Governorate specifically claimed that the Peshmerga and Asayish security forces arrested their relatives and disappeared them, but The authorities in the region deny these allegations completely.[/size]
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