The return of 94 Iraqi refugees from Turkey


11/9/2019 12:01:00
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Ninety-four Iraqi refugees returned from the Turkish republic on Wednesday as part of a weekly "voluntary return" program.

 

In a statement received by PUKmedia, the Director General of the Ministry of Immigration Affairs, Talib Asghar Dosa, said that the ministry's office in Turkey, in coordination with the Iraqi Embassy in Ankara and the Iraqi Ministry of Transport, provided buses that transported Iraqi refugees from Turkish territory to the homeland and through a port of Ibrahim Khalil, who belongs to Zakho district of Duhok after completing the procedures of entering the country, "indicating that these refugees returned from the provinces (Ankara, Jroom, Eskişehir, Samsun, Zonja Dak, Zuklanda, Kütahya, Çankırı and Trabzon province).

 

He pointed out that the ministry recorded the return of (1449) Iraqi refugees from the Turkish Republic during the past three months, stressing the continuation of the ministry to return Iraqis from the Turkish Republic to their liberated areas for free.

 

 

PUKmedia


 

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