Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq, on Monday, that Iraq needs to be more than 10 trillion dinars to address the problem of displaced people, saying that this file is still pose a threat to Iraq's security, human rights and the composition of the community. Mutlaq said during a meeting with a team of national policy for the management of the displaced file in Iraq, prepared in accordance with the statement "Alsumaria News" received a copy of it, that "the biggest challenge faced by Iraq and still poses a threat to security, human rights and the composition of the community which is the subject of displacement, which pay nearly two and a half million person to leave the cities and the face of the suffering and the risk of displacement. Al-Mutlaq said, "We need more than 10 trillion dinars to address this problem and deal with it must be through coordinating the work of a wide between the authorities and the ministries and local governments of the provinces and districts of all her."
Mutlaq said he "can not on the one hand that contains such a thorny issue and deal with it in isolation from the official institutions and the international community and humanitarian organizations, which makes it imperative for everyone to move in one team and the formation of field teams to follow the processes of displacement and assess the liberated cities the situation in order to restore her family to them. For its part, said the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Council member Salama al-Khafaji, according to the statement, "The meeting stressed that the problem of displaced people can not take a single point resolved in isolation from the others, as must be the solidarity of responsibility among all ministries and state institutions in addition to the international humanitarian effort " Khafaji, explained that "This team is made up of several ministries and institutions and formations including the Ministry of Displacement and Migration and the Chancellery of Homeland Security and the Ministries of Defense, Interior and Health and municipalities as well as Deputy Prime Minister and High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and we will continue our meetings and meetings in order to reach an optimal solution for the relief of displaced people and facilitate their return. Iraq has seen the biggest exodus in its history, after the control elements of the "Daash" on a number of cities and districts and areas in western and northern Iraq, before the Iraqi forces can regain control of many of these areas.
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