Nadia Murad met with Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrid Shimonite

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Nobel Peace Prize laureate, founder of the Nadia Initiative and UN Goodwill Ambassador Nadia Murad met with Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrid Shimonite.

Nadia Murad and the Prime Minister discussed the situation with the Yezidi refugees stuck in Lithuania and on the Polish-Belarusian border.

Nadia stressed that the situation of the Yezidis is different and asked the European governments to consider the conditions of the Yezidis from Iraq and Syria, they survived the genocide in August 2014. The Yezidi people continue to be oppressed because of their religious identity in the places of their original residence. Tens of thousands of Yazidis remain displaced, and political conflicts in the region also continue.

Now, approximately 2,800 Yazidis are missing, most of whom are still in captivity and slavery.

It is worth noting that for several months the organization "Nadia Initiative" (IN) has been working on the problem of Yezidis stuck on the eastern borders of Belarus, and those who live in border camps in Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia. The IN organization is in constant and close contact and continues to cooperate with the Governments of Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland, coordinating with UN organizations dealing with refugee affairs in all the countries mentioned above.

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Nadia Murad met with Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrid Shimonite

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Read: 566     12:00     04 Декабрь 2021    

Nobel Peace Prize laureate, founder of the Nadia Initiative and UN Goodwill Ambassador Nadia Murad met with Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrid Shimonite.

Nadia Murad and the Prime Minister discussed the situation with the Yezidi refugees stuck in Lithuania and on the Polish-Belarusian border.

Nadia stressed that the situation of the Yezidis is different and asked the European governments to consider the conditions of the Yezidis from Iraq and Syria, they survived the genocide in August 2014. The Yezidi people continue to be oppressed because of their religious identity in the places of their original residence. Tens of thousands of Yazidis remain displaced, and political conflicts in the region also continue.

Now, approximately 2,800 Yazidis are missing, most of whom are still in captivity and slavery.

It is worth noting that for several months the organization "Nadia Initiative" (IN) has been working on the problem of Yezidis stuck on the eastern borders of Belarus, and those who live in border camps in Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia. The IN organization is in constant and close contact and continues to cooperate with the Governments of Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland, coordinating with UN organizations dealing with refugee affairs in all the countries mentioned above.

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