Baghdad and babysit - Turkey has agreed to open its schools to students displaced Iraqis always in the evening.
A statement by the Iraqi Ministry of Education received a "public opinion" a copy of it, that "the Minister of Education Mohammad Iqbal met with the Minister of Education and the Turkish Education, part of his participation in the 38th UNESCO Conference which will be held in the French capital Paris and research and education minister with his Turkish counterpart, the joint cooperation between the two mechanisms in Educational file ", explaining that" Iraq is exposed today terrorist campaign and instability significantly affected the infrastructure of schools as a result of going to day military operations resulting in a higher need for Iraq to schools urgently to fill the large gap, indicating that the need for Iraq initially up to more 10 thousands of school. "
Iqbal said that "the Iraqi cadres need today to training sessions, stressing the need for Iraq to support the Republic of Turkey on the subject of training and school buildings, praising the development quotient in Turkey in all fields, especially in the educational sector."
The minister pointed out that according to the statement, "the displaced students are going through a very difficult the conditions, calling on the Turkish side to obtaining approvals to open Turkish schools in the evening times to facilitate the study of the process of the displaced and to help them and give the necessary facilities before enrollment in those schools."
He added that i Turkish side confirmed the understanding and acceptance of the idea of opening a school in front of Iraqi students displaced people and his desire to constantly correspondence between the two countries on this subject, "expressing his approval of the" open two schools or three in front of Iraqi students double shifts or three in the major provinces, similar to the displaced Syrians. "
The statement continued that "the Turkish side agreed on the allocation of special training programs for educational cadres of Iraqi teachers, teachers, and support for vocational schools in Iraq and equipped with furniture and modern technologies."
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