Iraqi government opens doors to its refugee citizens in Syria to return

A source from the Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights and Refugee Affairs told ANHA agency that the Iraqi government has decided to open doors for Iraqi refugees in Syria to return home.

Several Iraqi provinces witnessed large waves of displacement during the control of mercenaries on those areas who fled either from Daesh injustice or as a result of the wars and battles that were taking place in their regions, and headed towards northern and eastern Syria to it take it as refuge.

Democratic Autonomous Administration (DAA)in North and East Syria welcomed Iraqi refugees and opened camps for them  as al-Hol camp and provided them with services,  after the liberation of Iraq from mercenaries, the refugees were called upon to return to their homes, but the Iraqi government did not allow them to return, fearing the entry of elements of Daesh to Iraq.

A source from the Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights and Refugee Affairs told the Hawar news agency that the Iraqi government has been studying the situation of its refugee citizens and after coordinating and communicating with the DAA, it decided to open doors for its citizens to return home.

The source confirmed that it will soon issue official statements from both parties confirming the Iraqi government's permission for its citizens to return to their homes, and what measures will be adopted by the concerned authorities to ensure the return of Iraqi refugees to their country without hindrance.

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