UN Secretary General Guterres visited the rehabilitation center Jeddah-1 Camp in Nineveh province as part of his contacts in Iraq.
In his post on his Twitter account, Guterres stated that he met with those who returned from Hol Camp.
“From here, I would also like to send a message to all countries that have citizens there: They need to step up their efforts to facilitate the safe and dignified repatriation of their citizens,” the UN Secretary-General said. made statements.
In the post shared on the UN News Center Twitter account, Guterres said, “Iraq is not one of the richest countries in the world, but there are people who have returned from the Hol in Iraq. All countries with citizens in the Hol should do the same.” words were included.
YPG/PKK is holding civilians fleeing clashes with the terrorist organization DEASH members and their families in Deir ez-Zor in the camp they set up in the town of Hol in April 2017.
In the camp, the civilians detained by the organization are housed in inhumane conditions.
The UN and non-governmental organizations frequently warn that the humanitarian situation in the Hol Camp is deteriorating and demand access to centers where Daesh militants are held.
According to the UN, in the Hol Camp, which has a capacity of 10 thousand people, several times this number are held, and the majority of them are women and children.
Hol Camp hosts several thousand foreign terrorist fighters from around 50 countries, as well as a large number of Syrian and Iraqi terrorists.