Baghdad, The Minister of Immigration and Displacement, Evan Faiq Jabro, discussed with the Qatari Ambassador, Khalid Hamad Al-Sulaiti, the Qatari Charitable Society to construct low-cost homes for the returnees.
A statement by the Ministry of Immigration said today that the Minister met with the Qatari Ambassador, and the two sides discussed supporting the Ministry’s strategy in providing the necessary services to the liberated cities and the possibility of the Qatari Charitable Association constructing low-cost homes to encourage the return of the displaced to their areas.
During the meeting, the Minister said that the current stage calls for concerted local and international efforts, especially on the part of the Arab brothers, to support stability in the liberated cities.”
“The government, represented by the Ministry, is looking forward to a greater role and more international efforts to restore life to the liberated cities, after the Ministry closed most of the camps and returned displaced families voluntarily and safely to their original areas of residence,” Gabro added.
For his part, the Qatari Ambassador valued the record efforts made by the Ministry of Immigration in laying the foundations for stability in the liberated cities, expressing his country’s readiness to support those efforts through the establishment of a number of projects in those cities and through the Qatari Charitable Association that will support these areas by building a low cost homes for housing returnees whose homes were destroyed, in addition to establishing service projects in their areas.”
Source: National Iraqi News Agency