Baghdad aproves voluntary repatriation of Iraqi migrants from Germany

12/6/2019 16:35:00

The Ministry of Displacedment and Migration of the Federal Government has announced the approval of the voluntary return of Iraqi migrants from Germany to Iraq and the provision of the necessary needs for them.


"Minister Nawfal Baha'a Moussa discussed in Baghdad with German Deputy Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development, ways of joint cooperation in the issue of the return of displaced and returning families, especially those who migrated to Germany because of the fierce attack by ISIS organization that destroyed their cities."


He added: "We have a large number of Iraqis in Germany and they have great problems, we seek cooperation with the German government to resolve and encourage them to return voluntarily, especially those whose asylum requests have been rejected and can not return to the country."




PUKmedia - Baghdad


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