Al-Ghazzi: Special attentions paid by the government to the IDPs issue

  • 18-03-2021, 19:39
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    Baghdad - INA
    The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Naeim Al-Ghazi, confirmed today, Thursday, that the government pays special attentions to the file of the displaced, while indicating that the government is determined to close all camps and return all the displaced to their areas of residence voluntarily.
    Al-Ghazzi said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the Iraqi government pays special attention to the issue of the displaced with humanitarian aspects, as well as that resolving it will contribute to strengthening civil peace, and it has been included in the ministerial platform of the government, and its determination to close all camps and return All voluntarily displaced to their areas of residence.”
    He added, "The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, in coordination with the main effort of the Ministry of Immigration and Displacement, is working to support stabilization efforts in liberated areas, restore infrastructure and provide basic services in order to create an environment conducive to decent living, with the support of the government effort, represented by the efforts of the service and security ministries and advisors." National security, as well as joint cooperation with donor countries, the United Nations Development Program, and local and international organizations, and the Iraqi government continues to provide financial allocations to support the Reconstruction Fund.
    He pointed out that "the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, and through the Iraqi Women's Empowerment Department, has prepared the national plan for UN Security Council Resolution (1325) under the title Women, Peace and Security, in order to enhance its effective role, in cooperation with various governmental institutions and support agencies as well as the UN agencies, It also set the general framework for building an effective strategy and more joint coordination, to serve women's issues in Iraq and increase their representation in various sectors, as well as create a safe environment for women free from gender-based violence, especially in communities of displacement and return, integrating survivors into society and protecting girls.