KRG takes needed proceedings to rescue Kurdish migrants in Belarus

4/24/2023 3:28:24 PM
 Migrants and Belarusian servicemen at a refugee tent camp on the Belarusian-Polish border on Nov. 13, 2021. (Leonid Shcheglov\TASS via Getty Images)
Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) representative in Russia has taken needed proceedings to release a number of Kurdish migrants detained in Belarus.

It has been two months since a number of Kurdish migrants have been arrested by Belarus officials while trying to reach Europe.

Danar Abubakr, the representative of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in Russia, told KurdsatNews that the KRG has helped a large number of refugees who were in trouble and later returned.

He said they are concerned about the continued trafficking of migrants by smugglers, while the government is working with Iraq and Russia to ensure that the rights of the Kurdish migrants are not violated.

The KRG representative in Russia said that although they provide humanitarian assistance to the migrants arrested on their way to Europe, but migrants should know that they are treated according to the laws of the country where they were arrested.


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