[Oan- Baghdad]
Research and Planning Minister Salman Jumaili in his office at the ministry with the Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubiš international community's role in the provision of basic necessities for the displaced as well as contributing to the restoration of stability and the reconstruction of liberated areas process and then the return of IDPs to their homes.
According to a ministry statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that Jumaili stressed during the meeting, that "the great victory achieved in Fallujah, not only for Iraq but it is a victory for the international community because Daash threatens everyone," calling on the UN to "take their role in mobilizing the international community to provide more aid and assistance to Iraq to enable it to meet the challenges arising from the fight against terrorism. "
He said the "most important challenges facing the government today is how the rehabilitation and reconstruction of liberated areas and re-displaced people and work to bury the extremist ideology and not to allow the return of Daash again by achieving positive concepts in the reality of liberated cities in the economic, cultural and social dimensions, and even political, and this is not only the responsibility of Iraq ".
He Jumaili that "the battle to liberate Fallujah is one of the ideal battles if not some of the violations that occurred in the regions of Saqlawiyah and vine," adding that "the government committee formed for this purpose to investigate the violations that have occurred there to find out the fate of the missing," pointing out that "the number of displaced people from Fallujah was great and unexpectedly exceeded the government preparations, which led to a lot of shenanigans. "
And cross-Jumaili about "thanks to international efforts, particularly the United Nations and its affiliated organizations that have contributed to alleviating the crisis of displaced effort," revealing that "the first week of July will see the return of the first wave of displaced people to the vine while being worked on in full swing for the re-opening of the service departments in Fallujah to exercise their work in restoring stability to the city as soon as possible. "
A statement by the Ministry of Planning, said that "Kubis presented during the meeting, congratulated the Iraqi government on the occasion of the great victory achieved in Fallujah," explaining that "the international organization is working in coordination with the Iraqi government and international capitals to find solutions and treatments for problems communicated to Iraq, especially in the field of rehabilitation and reconstruction of liberated areas and the return of displaced persons. "
He said Kubis said "an important donor countries will hold a meeting in the US capital Washington, on the twentieth of the month of July under the auspices of the United Nations, United States and a number of European countries involved in it for the purpose of providing the necessary funds to secure basic needs and reconstruction requirements in Anbar and the rest of the liberated areas the province."
The UN official called on "all Iraqi parties to settle their problems with each other, especially in Anbar province in order to not affect these problems on the orientations of donor countries to provide grants for Iraq."