The Supreme Committee for the displaced: the allocation of 3 billion dinars to set up
The Supreme Committee for the displaced: the allocation of 3 billion dinars to set up camps for the displaced people of Mosul
Supreme Committee for the Relief and sheltering displaced allocated 3 billion Iraqi dinars to set up camps for the displaced people of the city of Mosul.
According to a statement of the Ministry of Displacement and Migration Agency has received all of Iraq [where] a copy of it on Wednesday that "the Supreme Committee for the Relief and sheltering displaced its regular meeting held today at the ministry's headquarters in the presence of the governor of Salahuddin Ahmed al-Jubouri, to discuss the situation of displaced people in all the provinces, especially Salahuddin province."
The statement added that "the Minister of Displacement and Migration Mohammed Jassim display during the meeting a detailed explanation about the recent visit to Makhmour in Erbil for the purpose of standing on the necessary preparations between the Ministry and the Kurdistan Regional Government to receive displaced people and how to create an appropriate ground to house displaced families as well as providing relief and shelter supplies", he underlined that the "the ministry has provided a complete plan for relief and sheltering displaced during the editing process of Nineveh, in coordination with the United Nations and the provincial government and stakeholders and has direct implementation of the plan on the ground by the ministry's existing teams in the field and the Nineveh plain drunk."
The statement noted that "the Supreme Committee approved the allocation of 3 billion dinars to Salahuddin province, for the purpose of establishing camps to receive the displaced families from Mosul city to house them and provide aid them with the necessary requirements," noting that "the Commission has allocated  million dinars for the purpose of residential complex restoration in the area Tikrit Qadisiyah neighborhood to house displaced families in the province in addition to the allocation of 3 billion dinars to hand Yathrib for the purpose of rehabilitation of the electricity sector and networks of drinking water in the district to bring life and restore their families. "