Iraq demands the inclusion of his emigrant humanitarian internationalist program

2016/6/5 13:15

{Baghdad: Euphrates news}

demanded the Ministry of labour and Social Affairs through its participation in the International Labour Conference in Geneva, the inclusion of IDPs humanitarian internationalist program in poor countries.

The Ministry said in a statement, the Agency received a copy of {Euphrates news}, the Iraqi delegation participating in the work of the session 105 of the International Labour Conference in Geneva discussed with regional director possible support of Iraq, especially in the social and labour issues.

The delegation discussed the "possibility of inclusion of displaced people in Iraq with social protection programme launched by the organisation to cover humanitarian situations in poor countries and the world, which included eight States as well as Palestine."

He said Iraq needed the support of the Organization in assisting displaced persons and reconstruction of liberated areas to ensure the return of displaced families to their homes after rehabilitating infrastructure and provide security and stability, "alluding to" the request of the delegation of Iraq coverage internationalist program Ministry which regards humanitarian care in poor countries.

And the statement that "Iraq has participated in the work of the International Labour Conference 105 session held by the ILO in the Swiss capital, Geneva, Iraq delegation headed by a senior agent of the Ministry of labour and Social Affairs Faleh Al-Ameri.

"The Conference will deal with the Organization's strategy and future direction of activities, to discuss their responsibilities and opportunities to implement the United Nations programme for sustainable development to 2030", stating "you are looking for a number of technical topics session concerning the world of work, including global supply chains, and decent work for peace and security, and resilience, as well as the implications of the ILO Declaration on social justice".