150 Iraqi refugees repatriated from Turkey


9/10/2019 13:37:00
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The Office of the Ministry of Immigration and Displaced in Turkey revealed on Wednesday the return of 154 Iraqi refugees from Turkey to the homeland as part of the implementation of the program of free voluntary return through the port of Ibrahim Khalil in Zakho district of Duhok province.

 

The Director General of the Department of Immigration Affairs in the ministry, Taleb Asghar Dosa, said in a statement, PUKmedia received a copy of it: that the ministry today returned a new meal of Iraqis in the countries of Diaspora (Turkey) as part of its free voluntary return program, indicating that the return trip for Iraqi refugees was from the provinces (Ankara, Samsun, Kutahya, Eskişehir, Yozkat and Grom) Turkish. "

 

He added that the office of the ministry in Turkey and in coordination with the Ministry of Transport continues to transport returnees from Turkey by road in buses allocated by the ministry to transport them and transport them to their original areas of residence in the country.

 

 

PUKmedia


 

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