United Nations reaffirms its commitment in the group to create output from Iraq

United Nations reaffirms its commitment in the group to create output from Iraq

Sunday 10 February 2013

BAGHDAD – babysit –
United Nations renewed its commitment to the Iraqi government to continue its efforts to remove the group created from Iraq, according to the agreement signed between the two parties.

A statement by the Office of the Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-after target Camp Liberty, the moon repeatedly stressed that violence and provocation are unacceptable. However, it emphasizes the strong commitment of the United Nations to continue long-term efforts to facilitate a peaceful and lasting solution to the residents of Camp Liberty and all of Camp Ashraf and in accordance with the agreement with the Iraqi government on 25 December / December 2011.

Dan moon in his agency received reports public opinion a copy of it, a mortar attack on Camp Liberty on Saturday morning, calling on the Iraqi authorities to investigate and bring the perpetrators to justice. Noting that the Secretary-General “strongly condemns mortar attack today on Camp Liberty, a temporary residence near Baghdad for former residents of Camp Ashraf.”

The statement quoted media reports that six of the population were killed and a number wounded another while most residents were asleep on Saturday morning as the number of Iraqi police officers were among the wounded.

The statement pointed out that the camp as a transit facility for more than 3 thousands of exiles, mostly members of the group known as the Iranian Mujahideen where a process to determine their refugee status by the Office of the High Commissioner of the United Nations.

The statement said that they were staying at the former Camp Ashraf in eastern Iraq was transferred last year, in line with an agreement signed in December / December 2011 between the United Nations and the Iraqi government.

The statement said “the Secretary-General calls on the Government of Iraq is responsible for the security and safety of the residents of Camp Liberty and Camp Ashraf to speedy and comprehensive investigation into the incident and bring the perpetrators to justice.”

He added that the United Nations Mission in Iraq, led by his Special Representative, Martin Kobler, in close contact with the Government of Iraq to respond to the accident, including medical assistance to the wounded.

M. J