A decision will be taken about the wounded persons in war against ISIS

12/8/2019 19:51:00

The Iraqi Defense Ministry announced that all of the wounded person in the war against ISIS will be retired with having a perfect budget and the special needs will be provided for them.


Falah Shamary, the Iraqi Defense Ministry said: They are working with the relational sides to provide the right of the martyrs and wounded ones against ISIS's war, and provide their salary while they are retired.


He added: All of the necessary procedures will be taken to provided the needs for the wounded person in war against ISIS, and they are ready to bring them out for foreign countries in taking solutions for their disease.


Approximately, more than one thousand peoples are being wounded and injured from Peshmerga and Iraqi forces in war against ISIS.


He also said that they will be highlighting the needs for martyrs and wounded in war against ISIS in the upcoming days.





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