Immigration: Direct Plan sheltering the displaced people of Mosul, the largest in history

2016/7/29 15:20

[Oan- Baghdad]

The Ministry of Displacement and Migration, direct in the next week, plan to house the displaced people of the city of Mosul with the imminent launch of the process of liberation of the city from Daash terrorist gangs.

The Minister of Displacement and Migration, Jassim Mohammed, during a press conference with the Humanitarian Coordinator for the United Nations Mission to Iraq Lisa Grande today at the ministry's headquarters, that "the humanitarian relief plan for Bnazha Mosul will be the largest in history, according to UN opinion, and that the ministry and the United Nations put an action plan will be implemented in the next week, which in turn will play a major role on the ground in the implementation of relief to the displaced plan, "noting that" the plan has identified four axes for shelter. "

He added that "the granting of the international conference held in Washington last week, will be in three years and four sectors."

The Minister of Immigration, that "the financial support provided by donor countries to Iraq last week will be dedicated to You relief to the displaced and stability mine warfare and waste from the liberated areas and economic development programs which will be implemented over three years and raise."

In turn, stressed the Humanitarian Coordinator of the United Nations Lisa Grande that "donor countries earmarked two billion dollars to help Iraq in the humanitarian side and support my re-stabilization of the liberated areas and work to raise the remnants of war."

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Friday that up to one million people have been forced to flee their homes in Iraq in the coming weeks and months with the increasing intensity of the fighting to restore the city of Mosul from the grip Daash.

He said it is seeking to raise 17.1 million Swiss francs for another program in Iraq is the third largest programs in the world to become its budget for the country's 137 million Swiss francs.