Florists return to Sinjar

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Florist Kalam decorates the entrance to the store, the first of its kind in the city of Sinjar, which was destroyed by ISIS terrorists about seven years ago in the western province of Nineveh in northern Iraq in places where the Yazidi population lives.

Florist Shallal said that when people began to return to Sinjar in mid-2019, the city began to revive, the conditions for selling flowers and plants improved. But soon the store owners faced a new serious obstacle, in 2020 due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic and the accompanying restrictive measures to impose a curfew, as a result of which retail objects went to a loss.

After the citizens received the doses of vaccines that were available in the country, and their commitment to preventive measures increased, the movement of the Yazidi population in the city was revived again. The Yezidis have always been for the development of agriculture because the idea of afforestation and the development of agriculture is a fight against desertification occurring in this area.

Most of the ornamental trees growing in this region grow in greenhouses and greenhouses, including fruit-bearing, primarily citrus fruits of all kinds, lemons, oranges and tangerines, figs, olives, pomegranates, grapes, apples, peaches, walnuts, almonds, and many other species beloved by Iraqis.

The young man Kalam, like all residents of the region, very much hopes that peace will reign on their land and all Yazidis will be released from captivity and slavery by ISIS, then all Yazidi refugees will be able to return to their homes.

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Florists return to Sinjar

2021/09/04-1631946184.jpg
Read: 318     15:00     18 Сентябрь 2021    

Florist Kalam decorates the entrance to the store, the first of its kind in the city of Sinjar, which was destroyed by ISIS terrorists about seven years ago in the western province of Nineveh in northern Iraq in places where the Yazidi population lives.

Florist Shallal said that when people began to return to Sinjar in mid-2019, the city began to revive, the conditions for selling flowers and plants improved. But soon the store owners faced a new serious obstacle, in 2020 due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic and the accompanying restrictive measures to impose a curfew, as a result of which retail objects went to a loss.

After the citizens received the doses of vaccines that were available in the country, and their commitment to preventive measures increased, the movement of the Yazidi population in the city was revived again. The Yezidis have always been for the development of agriculture because the idea of afforestation and the development of agriculture is a fight against desertification occurring in this area.

Most of the ornamental trees growing in this region grow in greenhouses and greenhouses, including fruit-bearing, primarily citrus fruits of all kinds, lemons, oranges and tangerines, figs, olives, pomegranates, grapes, apples, peaches, walnuts, almonds, and many other species beloved by Iraqis.

The young man Kalam, like all residents of the region, very much hopes that peace will reign on their land and all Yazidis will be released from captivity and slavery by ISIS, then all Yazidi refugees will be able to return to their homes.

bahzani.net





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