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Conference in Halabja to save the city

Conference in Halabja to save the city

10 Ağustos 2010 Salı 03:45
A two-days conference titled “Halabja belongs to us, together let us save it” was held on Sunday in Halabja, in the framework of studies and activities as part of the city’s reconstruction process.
A two-days conference titled “Halabja belongs to us, together let us save it” was held on Sunday in Halabja, in the framework of studies and activities as part of the city's reconstruction process.

In the opening speech, Goran Adham, the mayor of Halabja said, “Halabja needs a strategic center which will be a core source to make scientific research regarding every aspect of life in the city of Halabja.”

The head of Halwest organization Rebaz Kamal noted, “The purpose behind holding such conference is to save and reconstruct Halabja. We hope it will be fruitful.”

Awat Nasrullah, a participant in conference believes it will have a great impact on the recent reconstruction process in Halabja, because “such kind of conference helps us scientifically to further serve the city.”

The conference organized its second session to submit four scientific studies at 3:00 PM and planned to offer other cultural, economic and health research in the second day of the conference, that is on Monday.

The two-days conference has taken place at 10:00 AM (local time) on Sunday in the city of Halabja.

The Kurdistan based nongovernmental organization Halwest was established on Aug. 15, 2009, it is located in Halabja.

The city of Halabja is 81 km southern Sulaimaniyah and 364 km away from northern Baghdad ; its people suffered under the former Baath regime's chemical bombardments that killed 5,000 people and wounded 10,000 others according to the medical estimations of Kurdistan Region on March 16, 1988.

AKnews

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