The arrival of Yezidi families in Paris

The United Nations has announced the arrival of 27 Yazidi families in Paris and thanked the French president.


Murad said in a statement, followed by PUKmedia: We are pleased to announce the arrival of 27 Yezidi families to Paris, France to start their new life, explaining that the move came less than a year after the arrival of the first meal of families in France.


He added: "We thank President Emmanuel Macron and the French government for their commitment to welcome the new meal from the Yazidi families."



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