Baghdad - INA
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Naeem Al-Ghazi, confirmed today, Sunday, that the file of the displaced will be resolved permanently during the next year.
The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Naim Al-Ghazi, discussed with the German ambassador to Baghdad, Ole Diel, the files listed on the agenda of the meeting of the Stabilization Group, which is scheduled to be held tomorrow, Monday.
They statement added, "Al-Ghazi stressed that the Iraqi government's plan to return the displaced to their areas and close the camps is among the priorities listed on the dialogue table during the meeting, especially after the success of the previous phase of the plan that set to close many camps, and to secure the voluntary return of the displaced to their areas.”, Pointing to "the necessity of resolving the file permanently during the next year 2021."
According to the statement, Al-Ghazi called on "international partners to focus their efforts on restoring stability and reconstruction during the next stage."
For his part, the German ambassador said, "The great interest that the partners have in the issue of closing the camps, and the need to create appropriate conditions to secure the requirements for return," praising "the new mechanism adopted by the Iraqi government to facilitate the work of international organizations in Iraq, and in particular, their attainment of attributes.