INA – Baghdad
Prime Minister Mustafa Al- Kadhimi stressed the importance of Yazidi citizens role in rebuilding their areas of residence.
Al-Kadhimi received the Iraqi Yazidi activist Nadia Murad, who is a survivor of Daesh terrorism, according to a statement by media office of the Prime Minister received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA).
“The importance of the role that Yazidi female survivors play in informing the world about what they have been subjected to at the hands of the criminal gangs of Daesh, as well as mobilizing world public opinion in addition to the issues of peaceful coexistence and community unity threatened by the criminal gangs,” Al-Kadhimi explained.
The statement quoted Al-Kadhimi saying, "The government is sparing no effort to facilitate this return and provide reasons for stability, and that efforts are currently focused on supporting reconstruction, operating water projects, building schools and medical services, mainly for all areas destroyed by terrorism,"
For her part, Iraqi Yazidi activist Nadia Murad expressed her thanks for the government's efforts to achieve the goal of returning life to normal in Sinjar and its surroundings, stressing that "reconstruction is the basis for achieving lasting stability,"