Baghdad - INA
The Governor of Nineveh, Najm al-Jubouri, identified three solutions for housing the displaced, indicating the size of the housing compensation amounts needed by the displaced.
Al-Jubouri told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), today, Tuesday, that "there are three solutions to provide housing for the displaced. The first solution is for the Ministry of Immigration to transfer more than 250 caravans from the south to Sinjar areas, and the second solution is to allow the displaced who want to take their tents to their areas." As for the last solution, there are currently organizations that will contribute to rebuilding homes for some of the displaced. "
He stressed that "all the houses of the displaced were not damaged," adding that "there are villages that were outside the embankment in the areas of Tal Abta now they were allowed to return, and there are also some of the border villages they were allowed to return to. As for the destroyed areas, some of them are in the city of Sinjar, and a small part of them." In residential complexes, we also have villages whose houses were demolished. "
He pointed out that "the damage in the city of Sinjar ranges from approximately 60 to 80%, while the extent of the damage in the old region is large," indicating that "if compensation were handed over to the citizens, we would have finished this problem."