Al-Mehbash: Child protection offices comes in agreement UN

The Co-chair of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria revealed the establishment of child rights offices in the Autonomous Administration regions, explaining their functions and mechanism of work, within the framework of the agreement concluded between the Autonomous Administration and the Syrian Democratic Forces on the one hand and the United Nations on the other hand.

The Co-chair of the Executive Council in the Autonomous Administration, Abdul Hamid Al-Mahbash, spoke during a special statement to Hawar News Agency about the measures taken by the Syrian Democratic Forces and the Autonomous Administration, in implementation of the terms of their agreements with the United Nations.

The Syrian Democratic Forces and the Autonomous Administration on the one hand, and the United Nations on the other hand, concluded an agreement to prevent the recruitment of children under the age of 18 into the Syrian Democratic Forces, and it was signed on 6/29/2019 in Geneva.

In this regard, Al-Mahbash said that the Syrian Democratic Forces and the Autonomous Administration are carrying out their duty to implement the terms of this agreement, despite the Turkish attack and Coronavirus pandemic spike .

Al-Mahbash pointed out during his speech that the Syrian Democratic Forces, despite all the aforementioned difficulties, have carried out their duties during the past period, and have released 30 young men and about 51 girls, and returned them to their families and families, in implementation of the terms of the agreement.

Al-Mahbash explained that after the televised meeting, "we have shown our readiness to continue implementing the terms of this agreement, and the SDF has begun to issue the necessary military orders that will enhance the implementation of the terms of the agreement."

 And he added, "The Autonomous Administration issued resolution No. (96), which requires the establishment of 9 offices distributed in the Autonomous and Civil Administration, and a central office within the administration of North and East Syria.

The Co-chair of the Autonomous Administration indicated that the offices' task is to receive complaints from parents, mothers, government organizations concerned with childhood and caregivers of children, to collect these complaints in the central office and send them to the Syrian Democratic Forces for investigation and processing.

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