Abdul Karim Siko criticized the Kurdistan Government failure to provide services to the camp, saying that the failure "prompted the camp administration to seek help from Rojava", and held it "full responsibility for anything that affects the camp."
The martyr, Rustam Jodi camp is home to about 12,000 people.
"The epidemic is global, and the Kurds are more threatened than any other people, given the circumstances they are going through," Siko said.
"This should be a motive for the unity of the Kurdish parties to confront this epidemic, as it threatens the Kurds; political relations should not play a role in the face of the epidemic because the stage is a moral one," he said.
"History is recording who has carried out his duty towards the Kurdish people. Today we find countries of different nationalities and religions support each other; so why do we Kurds not stand together against this epidemic," he said.
At the end of his speech, he called on all Kurdish forces and parties to help refugees and the displaced in the camps. "If the Kurdish parties do not unite to confront the epidemic and protect the people, they will not be able to unite politically," he said.