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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Oct 30, 2018 10:17 pm

UN Sinjar is a city not fit for life

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Monday, 29 October 2018

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said on Monday that Sinjar and other parts of the Nineveh plain were not suitable for refugees to return to.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said in a statement that it welcomed the generous contributions of 2018 from the US government, which amounted to a total of 8.128 million US dollars to support Syrian refugees and displaced Iraqis, adding that this support will be able to continue to provide Assistance to millions of people still in need in Iraq.

"As the country recovers from conflict, the needs of Iraqis vary, and even as cities are rebuilt and communities start to flourish, there are nearly two million displaced people, many of whom are at risk," the statement said.

"Voluntary, safe and sustainable return is one of the fundamental elements of the protection of the displaced, which in turn is the center of recovery and stability in Iraq and is an important step in the path of peace and stability," the statement said.

"The task of restoring cities such as Mosul and Ramadi, which was badly damaged during the conflict, is a huge task," the statement said. "In parts of western Mosul, Sinjar, Nineveh and Anbar plains, the rubble and explosives have not been removed. .

"In such cases, the conditions of sustainable return have not yet been achieved and it is very important to continue to assist displaced people to avoid an early return to these areas which could lead to further displacement," he noted.

"At the same time, communities hosting displaced people are increasingly struggling with increasing pressure on resources. Without sustained support, many displaced people and host communities will have difficulty meeting their expenses," the

statement said. "The United States is deeply committed to To provide life-saving humanitarian assistance to refugees in Iraq and Syria ..., "noting that the US government's contribution will help those who have not yet been able to return voluntarily, safe and dignified to their homes."

The representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Iraq "The work of the commission is not over yet, a year after the end of the large-scale fighting in Iraq and the wounds caused by years of conflict that have affected people and communities to heal."

"The authorities, UN agencies and partners are making great efforts to support the displaced Iraqis, but their return takes a long time," he said, noting that "reconstruction of Iraq is not limited to providing building materials but rather to the convergence of cohesive and inclusive societies, which will take some time. "

After the events of October 16 last year, the Sinjar and Nineveh districts are managed by the popular crowd and the majority of Sinjar residents are protesting against the lack of support from the United States, Services Attempts to impose certain agendas in the region.


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