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    Post by Rocky Tue 25 Jun 2024, 6:56 am

    Kurdistan Regional Government: Failure to implement the Sinjar Agreement threatens international peace


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    Shafaq News/ The Minister of Endowments and Religious Affairs in the Kurdistan Region, Pashtiwan Sadiq, considered, on Tuesday, the failure to implement the Sinjar Agreement as a threat to peace, calling on the international community and the Iraqi government to be seriously serious about implementing the agreement and the return of Yazidi citizens to their homes.
    This came in a speech he delivered at the Sixth Lalish Conference for Peace and Coexistence in Sinjar on behalf of the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani.
    In his speech, Sadiq said that the failure of the Yazidi citizens to return to their homes is the greatest harm to their present and future and a serious violation of human rights. Therefore, the international community and the Iraqi government in particular should pave the way for implementing the agreement to normalize the situation in Sinjar so that the Yazidi citizens can return to their homes.
    He added that failure to address the difficulties and obstacles facing the Yazidis constitutes a threat to international peace, and the UN Security Council must find a way to prevent the suffering of the Yazidi citizens from recurring again.
    It is noteworthy that on October 9, 2020, Baghdad and Erbil had reached an agreement to normalize the situation in Sinjar, which stipulates joint management of the judiciary in administrative, security, and service aspects. However, this agreement has not actually entered into force until now for political reasons, according to officials in the Kurdistan Region. .
    ISIS invaded Sinjar district in 2014 and committed a massacre against its residents, before the Peshmerga forces regained it the following year.
    However, the Iraqi army, backed by the Popular Mobilization Forces, extended its control over the judiciary as a result of the tension between the region and the federal government against the backdrop of the independence referendum in 2017.
    There are currently two local administrations for Sinjar, one of which was appointed by the authorities of the federal government, and the second is a government that conducts its work from Dohuk Governorate.
    The anti-Ankara Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) has also formed a loyal faction there called the Sinjar Protection Units (YPG) and is paid by the Iraqi government as a faction under the umbrella of the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF).
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