Yazidi activist Vian Dakhil called on the Iraqi government to search for abducted Yazidis in neighboring countries

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A former member of the Iraqi parliament, a Yazidi activist called on the federal government of Iraq to search for abducted Yazidi women in neighboring countries.
Vian Dakhil said that "there is no doubt that the Baghdad Conference on Cooperation and Partnership, which ended on Saturday, has received significant international attention," noting that all signs indicate that Iraq has begun to restore its vital role in the region.
In mid-2014, the terrorist group ISIS captured the Yezidi-populated district of Shangal, where they killed hundreds of men from the religious group and abducted more than 6,000 women and children, while the fate of almost half of them remains unclear.
She also welcomed the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Iraq and the Kurdistan Region and highly appreciated the position of Paris towards the Iraqi minorities, calling on the European country to provide greater support to Shangal.
"We demand the need to increase the level of coordination between Iraq and neighboring and non-neighboring countries to continue to pursue these criminals and bring them to justice.
We call on France to support Shangal at all levels, especially in the field of water and energy supply, reconstruction of medical centers and completion of the construction of the Shangal Hospital," Dakhil added.

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Yazidi activist Vian Dakhil called on the Iraqi government to search for abducted Yazidis in neighboring countries

2021/09/4884-1630567631.jpg
Read: 540     15:30     02 Сентябрь 2021    

A former member of the Iraqi parliament, a Yazidi activist called on the federal government of Iraq to search for abducted Yazidi women in neighboring countries.
Vian Dakhil said that "there is no doubt that the Baghdad Conference on Cooperation and Partnership, which ended on Saturday, has received significant international attention," noting that all signs indicate that Iraq has begun to restore its vital role in the region.
In mid-2014, the terrorist group ISIS captured the Yezidi-populated district of Shangal, where they killed hundreds of men from the religious group and abducted more than 6,000 women and children, while the fate of almost half of them remains unclear.
She also welcomed the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Iraq and the Kurdistan Region and highly appreciated the position of Paris towards the Iraqi minorities, calling on the European country to provide greater support to Shangal.
"We demand the need to increase the level of coordination between Iraq and neighboring and non-neighboring countries to continue to pursue these criminals and bring them to justice.
We call on France to support Shangal at all levels, especially in the field of water and energy supply, reconstruction of medical centers and completion of the construction of the Shangal Hospital," Dakhil added.

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Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidi   #aboutyazidi   #Shangal   #humanrights