BAGHDAD / Sky Press, confirmed the Minister of Displacement and Migration Jassim Mohammed, on Thursday, said the ministry has embarked on its plan to distribute winter winter aid to the displaced in the camps, as well as the rehabilitation of the affected camps and work to restore normal life to them.
He said a ministry statement received by "Sky Press," that "the minister met with French Ambassador Marc Baretti, where they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, and file the joint fight against terrorism, as well as search My displaced people and migrants."
Mohammed said that the restoration of normal life to the liberated areas, and providing security contribute significantly to re-displaced families and migrating to their original home areas, pointing out that approximately 70 000 family returned to their home areas in Salah al-Din.
For his part, French Ambassador Marc Baretti stressed that his government was continuing to support Iraq politically, economically and socially, as well as military support and endowment next to the government war on terror Daash gangs, pointing out that his government will provide 10 million euros for international organizations operating in the country next year to support the ministry, and relief displaced persons, and to provide them with the necessary requirements.
It is noteworthy that the security situation with the country where thousands of families were forced to flee from the provinces of northern Iraq and west toward the South and Central regions of the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
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