Kadhimi Says Sinjar Agreement Should be Implemented
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Kadhimi Says Sinjar Agreement Should be Implemented

ERBIL — Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi on Monday received representatives from the predominantly Yezidi town of Sinjar, discussing the security situation in the region.

During the meeting with the representatives, including a number of tribal leaders, Kadhimi noted that the purpose of the Sinjar agreement is to "emphasize the existence of the Iraqi state in this area," according to a statement by the premier's office.

"The Sinjar agreement should be implemented. The purpose of this agreement is to emphasize the existence of the Iraqi state in this area," the prime minister said.

Kadhimi listened to "an explanation of the security and living conditions in Sinjar, and the difficulties and challenges faced by the people there," the statement added.

The Sinjar agreement, he said, aims to re-establish Iraq's authority in the area "and the people must support the security plans and address the mistakes made in the past."

The Iraqi leader also directed "the concerned authorities to expedite the completion of the procedures for establishing the Sinjar Reconstruction Fund."

On October 10, 2020, Erbil and Baghdad reached an agreement to normalize the situation in Sinjar to create a safe environment for the displaced people so that they will be able to return to their hometowns.

In accordance with the agreement, all armed groups, including the Kurdistan Workers'Party (PKK) and Hashd al-Shaabi militias, should leave the region. However, the Iraqi government has so far failed to fulfill its obligations in this regard.

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