Kirkuk has accused Baghdad and the provinces of displaced people to "lack of" vision
Kirkuk has accused Baghdad and the provinces of displaced people to "lack of" vision and plans to address their file and end the "suffering"
11/18/2015 0 Comments
Promised the local government of Kirkuk, on Wednesday, that the non-return of the displaced to their areas liberated "aggravate the suffering" and increase the burdens borne by the people of the province and their concerns of having political agendas to exploit the displacement file to change the reality of population in Kirkuk, while accusing the federal government and departments of the provinces concerned, the "lack of "vision and plans for addressing the problem of displaced people, confirmed the inability to receive more displaced under the" daunting challenges "faced by, and" deliberate marginalization "suffered.
This came during a meeting with the governor of Kirkuk, Najm al-Din Karim, in his office, today, a delegation from the United Nations, comprising the Deputy Special Representative of the mission to help Iraq (UNAMI), and its Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs of Iraq, attended the (long-Presse).
Karim said, during the meeting, said that "the best solution to the problem of displaced people is to return them to their areas liberated, because the non-return exacerbate their suffering, especially with the start of the winter season," returned to "blurred vision and lack of plans of the federal government and local administrations in the provinces, which saw a large exodus, held the other is a human tragedy of this tragic covered by the file ".
He said the governor of Kirkuk, that "Kirkuk faces known economic challenge but nevertheless supports more than 113 thousand displaced families of 600 thousand people, including 17 thousand and 500 families from the southern areas of the province and west," adding that "Kirkuk schools, colleges and other received is 70 A. students from the children of the displaced, without that you get to maintain the support commensurate with that, as it did not get any increase the share of electric power, fuel or the rest of the service sectors. "
He explained cream, that "Kirkuk is no longer able to receive more of the displaced, as a result of the size of the enormous challenges they face, and marginalization deliberate who suffer from it," adding that "the people of Kirkuk have made human model great in the reception of displaced persons and take care of them, but the crisis has become overstretched" .
He said the governor of Kirkuk, said that "the province is coordinating with the relevant United Nations organizations and non-governmental organizations to provide assistance to the displaced."
For its part, praised the Deputy Special Representative of the United Nations mission to help Iraq (UNAMI), Lisa Grande, during the meeting, "Kirkuk's management role and support of the displaced file," asserting that "UNAMI will do all it can to alleviate the challenges facing the Kirkuk particular ensure the return of displaced people to their areas liberated "expressing" the mission understands the difficulties and challenges of Kirkuk. "
The Kirkuk Provincial Council, (250 km north of Baghdad), has called a few months ago the need for the return of IDPs to their areas liberated, he urged the provincial administration to ensure the speedy so.