The UN decided to stop supporting Yazidi refugees in Kurdistan camps, which caused outrage among Kurdish officials

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Karzan Nuri, an employee of the Barzani Charity Foundation, confirmed that the United Nations International Refugee Organization has decided to stop supporting Yazidi refugees and IDPs in the camps of Kurdistan and Iraq.

In turn, these actions led to the indignation of Kurdish officials.

From hidden sources, the UN received information, reports on the theft and embezzlement of millions of dollars and humanitarian aid sent by European donors to camps for refugees and IDPs. Based on the foregoing, the UN has decided to stop supporting the existence of refugee camps.

The local Kurdish and Iraqi media published:

“UN representatives believe that it is time to remove the barbed wire from the camps, integrate the Yezidi refugees and settlers, entrust them with the same rights and obligations that apply to all citizens of Kurdistan and Iraq, they must find their own housing and work, pay for electricity and water supply and bear the cost of living".

In an interview with the Yazidi non-governmental Internet media, the Kurdish official explained that "according to the laws of the United Nations, after five years, the camps for Yazidi refugees after their establishment should become part of the local communities in which they are located. Noting that the reality in Kurdistan and Iraq is completely different from the above".

The representative of the Barzani Charity Foundation noted that the economic situation of Kurdistan is improving, but it has not reached the level at which it has been for many years (2010-2012).

Earlier, the Deputy Minister of Migration and Displaced Persons of Iraq, Mr. Karim Hussein Ali Al-Nuri, told the Official Gazette that the ministry aims to make next year the year of closing the camps for displaced persons through the implementation of the voluntary return of Yazidi families living in the camps of Kurdistan.

No one knows what will happen to the representatives of the Yezidi minority who will simply be left on the streets after the closure of the camps and no one is responsible for the lives of these people.

Dengê Êzdiya





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The UN decided to stop supporting Yazidi refugees in Kurdistan camps, which caused outrage among Kurdish officials

2022/08/08098-1659336204.jpg
Read: 795     12:30     01 Август 2022    

Karzan Nuri, an employee of the Barzani Charity Foundation, confirmed that the United Nations International Refugee Organization has decided to stop supporting Yazidi refugees and IDPs in the camps of Kurdistan and Iraq.

In turn, these actions led to the indignation of Kurdish officials.

From hidden sources, the UN received information, reports on the theft and embezzlement of millions of dollars and humanitarian aid sent by European donors to camps for refugees and IDPs. Based on the foregoing, the UN has decided to stop supporting the existence of refugee camps.

The local Kurdish and Iraqi media published:

“UN representatives believe that it is time to remove the barbed wire from the camps, integrate the Yezidi refugees and settlers, entrust them with the same rights and obligations that apply to all citizens of Kurdistan and Iraq, they must find their own housing and work, pay for electricity and water supply and bear the cost of living".

In an interview with the Yazidi non-governmental Internet media, the Kurdish official explained that "according to the laws of the United Nations, after five years, the camps for Yazidi refugees after their establishment should become part of the local communities in which they are located. Noting that the reality in Kurdistan and Iraq is completely different from the above".

The representative of the Barzani Charity Foundation noted that the economic situation of Kurdistan is improving, but it has not reached the level at which it has been for many years (2010-2012).

Earlier, the Deputy Minister of Migration and Displaced Persons of Iraq, Mr. Karim Hussein Ali Al-Nuri, told the Official Gazette that the ministry aims to make next year the year of closing the camps for displaced persons through the implementation of the voluntary return of Yazidi families living in the camps of Kurdistan.

No one knows what will happen to the representatives of the Yezidi minority who will simply be left on the streets after the closure of the camps and no one is responsible for the lives of these people.

Dengê Êzdiya





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #aboutyazidis   #genocideyazidis