Immigration Minister: 95% of the return of displaced people to Acer’s Mosul


History of edits:: 2017/6/5 21:282 times readable
[Oan- Baghdad]
revealed Minister of Displacement and Migration Jassim Mohammed dry during a meeting with Turkish Ambassador to Iraq Fatih Yildiz and his accompanying delegation at the ministry ‘s headquarters today for the return of 95% of the displaced people to their areas of Nineveh in the left coast of the city of Mosul and the southern province.
The transport ministry statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, for dry as saying “ministry is going to work in order to ensure the return of all displaced people to their areas liberated in Mosul and other areas through plans developed by this file and in coordination with the concerned authorities.”
The Minister of Immigration, ” the importance of restoring stability and services to the liberated areas for the purpose of encouraging the displaced to return as soon as possible” but he also said that ” the ministry is looking forward to the role of the Turkish government in helping Iraq restore life and stability of the liberated areas.”
We discussed the dry with the Turkish ambassador “status of displaced Iraqis who are in the Syrian Azaz area in the camp [stressed] and how to coordinate with the Turkish government for the purpose of repatriation through Turkish territory to their areas liberated in Mosul , as well as to discuss the situation of Iraqi refugees who are in Turkey and how to work to provide the necessary services for them “.
For his part, Turkish Ambassador Fatih Yildiz that “his government will provide all that is possible to help displaced Iraqis who were inside the Turkish border, as well as working to ensure the return of stability to the liberated areas in the city of Mosul.”


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