UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) commended the role played by the security forces not to use heavy weapons in Mosul

BAGHDAD / The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees praised the role played by the security forces not to use heavy weapons in the liberation of Mosul operations in order to preserve the lives of residents in the city.

A statement by the Foreign Ministry today "said that the Foreign Ministry Undersecretary for Legal Affairs and Multiple Relationships parties Omar Al-Barzanji met with representative of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) UN Bruno Guido, who stressed the readiness of the Commission to provide humanitarian supplies to displaced families from the city of Mosul, in addition to preparing camps needed for the people of the liberated areas.

The UN official praised the "humanitarian positions of the Iraqi government in providing assistance to displaced families and providing camps for those families in the province of Nineveh, praising the role played by the security forces not to use heavy weapons in the liberation of Mosul operations in order to preserve the lives of residents in the city.

For his part, Foreign Undersecretary thanked the organization for the support provided to the Iraqi government and aid offered to the displaced families, especially in the liberated areas of from the control of Daesh terrorist gangs.

Al-Barazanji reviewed the victories achieved by the security forces and the popular crowd and the Peshmerga and the sons of the tribes in the liberation battles of the city of Mosul from Daesh terrorist gangs, praising the heroic and humanitarian role of the security forces in providing aid for displaced people and and the people of the liberated areas.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency