Baghdad - INA
The First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hassan Al-Kaabi, confirmed today, Sunday, that resolving the missing persons file requires direct coordination between all parties.
The media office of the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament stated in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "Al-Kaabi received in his office representatives of the departments concerned with the file of the missing and forcibly disappeared persons in the mass graves department of the Martyrs Foundation, the Ministry of Justice, the Human Rights Commission, the Council of Ministers and the Ministry of Interior."
The statement added, "Al-Kaabi listened to a detailed explanation of the nature of each department's work and the extent of its contact with this important file," indicating "the importance of this file that comes from its human nature."
Al-Kaabi called on the concerned authorities to look at the issue from different sides, as there are children who are still waiting for their father to enter the house and a wife waiting for her husband and a mother waiting for her son, and although there are many international and international organizations that have shown wide interest in the issue and have provided great assistance to Iraq in this field, but it will remain an Iraqi file and we must end it whatever the cost. "