The National Security Adviser visits Al-Jada’a camp for the displaced people and meets a number of martyrs’ families in Shirqat

Baghdad The National Security Adviser, Qassem Al-Araji, visited today, Thursday, Al-Jada’a camp, to see the conditions of the displaced people and their humanitarian needs.

A statement by the chancellery stated that al-Araji was accompanied on his tour by a security delegation that included the Deputy Commander of Joint Operations, Lieutenant-General Abdul Amir al-Shammari, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Immigration Karim al-Nouri, and a number of officers of the security services and joint operations. Al-Araji was briefed on the conditions of the displaced people in the camp and listened to their problems and suffering in light of the harsh summer weather, pointing out that his presence with a high-ranking security delegation came to meet the needs of the camp’s residents, and to overcome the obstacles they face in cooperation with the concerned Ministry of Immigration.
Al-Araji stressed that the Sons of Iraq are under the auspices of the Iraqi government, and that Iraq respects the principles of human rights, which are lofty principles, and the Iraqi person must be respected.

He indicated that the law does not hold innocent people accountable for the guilt or crime committed by others, stressing: We feel happy to meet someone who wants to listen to him, and we will be honest in conveying the demands to the Prime Minister.

Al-Araji and his accompanying delegation also visited the Shirqat district, met with some families of the martyrs and those affected by the terrorist ISIS, and listened to their demands.

 

Source: National Iraqi News Agency