250 Yazidi families return from Shangal to displaced persons camps in Dohuk

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A local official in Dohuk Province, Kurdistan region, said that 250 Yazidi families from the Shangal (Sinjar) region have returned to the displaced persons camps from which they left a year ago. Displaced families were unable to continue living in their places of residence due to the lack of homes, security, infrastructure, livelihoods and medical services.
Thousands of displaced Yazidis are still afraid to return to their areas due to security problems and the spread of militias in Shangala. Forces loyal to the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and Popular Mobilization militia factions are still deployed in Shangal, despite the agreement signed by the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal Government in October 2020 to restore stability and displaced Yazidi families in Shangal, by ending the presence of the PKK and popular mobilization militias and related groups in the city and deploying regular federal forces.
In this regard, Sheikh Shamo, adviser to the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government on Yazidi affairs, made a comment on this topic: "Unfortunately, the armed groups controlling Shangal are not implementing regional plans and projects and are working to disrupt the Erbil-Baghdad agreement on the judicial system, law and justice. The only solution for the conditions of Shangal is the implementation of the agreement, since this agreement enjoys international support, especially from America and the United Nations."

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250 Yazidi families return from Shangal to displaced persons camps in Dohuk

2021/09/98077-1631528273.jpg
Read: 289     15:30     13 Сентябрь 2021    

A local official in Dohuk Province, Kurdistan region, said that 250 Yazidi families from the Shangal (Sinjar) region have returned to the displaced persons camps from which they left a year ago. Displaced families were unable to continue living in their places of residence due to the lack of homes, security, infrastructure, livelihoods and medical services.
Thousands of displaced Yazidis are still afraid to return to their areas due to security problems and the spread of militias in Shangala. Forces loyal to the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and Popular Mobilization militia factions are still deployed in Shangal, despite the agreement signed by the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal Government in October 2020 to restore stability and displaced Yazidi families in Shangal, by ending the presence of the PKK and popular mobilization militias and related groups in the city and deploying regular federal forces.
In this regard, Sheikh Shamo, adviser to the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government on Yazidi affairs, made a comment on this topic: "Unfortunately, the armed groups controlling Shangal are not implementing regional plans and projects and are working to disrupt the Erbil-Baghdad agreement on the judicial system, law and justice. The only solution for the conditions of Shangal is the implementation of the agreement, since this agreement enjoys international support, especially from America and the United Nations."

Ezdina





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidi   #aboutyazidi   #Shangal   #genocideyazidi