United Nations declares its readiness for a mass exodus from Mosul
Baghdad - INA / The United Nations announced on Monday its willingness to mass exodus of "massive" of the city of Mosul, before the start of retrieval of the terrorist organization Daash process.
He said the High Commissioner of the United Nations for Refugees (UNHCR) representative Bruno Guido "Reuters" "The Commission is preparing to help people who are fleeing from Mosul have been identified possible sites for the establishment of new camps but there will be enough room for everyone."
He added that "this time is well aware of the humanitarian community that there will be no excuse if we were caught unprepared and we were not ready again, will involve a large displacement of civilians process."
He pointed out that "the hasty promises of the displaced to their areas, which has recovered from the organization may lead to adverse results."
And "If mass destruction has occurred and there was a lack of full security or not to accept the return of internally displaced persons from those who remained, the return -alta should be a natural consequence of Massalhh- may create in the end more tension and then that would be contrary to the purpose of it."
He continued that "the immediate priority is to prepare for the winter, but in light of the pressures faced by the humanitarian relief operations because of lack of funding, the limited resources."
And exacerbate the exodus of the people of Mosul deep humanitarian crisis as the number of internally displaced 3.2 million people, or about 10% of the proportion of the population.
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