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Palestinian Syrians in Greece appeal to find a solution for their tragedy.

Published : 11-10-2016

Palestinian Syrians in Greece appeal to find a solution for their tragedy.

Hundreds of trapped Palestinian Syrians in Greece complain through messages reached to AGPS from the inhumane treatment by the Greek government towards them. For instance, it refrains from treating Palestinian Syrian refugees in its public hospitals and enforces them to go to expensive private ones that increase their misery.

In addition, PRS in Greece are suffering from lack of medical care and the inhumane treatment by racist doctors.

They also suffer from difficult living conditions, lack of hygiene and basic services where the live. Moreover, the existence of poisonous insects, reptiles and snakes in their temporary residence places like tents which endanger their lives.

It's worth noting that after closing the boarders leading to Europe, Palestinian Syrian refugees were obliged to stay at temporary refugee camps in Greece in very difficult conditions.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4014

Hundreds of trapped Palestinian Syrians in Greece complain through messages reached to AGPS from the inhumane treatment by the Greek government towards them. For instance, it refrains from treating Palestinian Syrian refugees in its public hospitals and enforces them to go to expensive private ones that increase their misery.

In addition, PRS in Greece are suffering from lack of medical care and the inhumane treatment by racist doctors.

They also suffer from difficult living conditions, lack of hygiene and basic services where the live. Moreover, the existence of poisonous insects, reptiles and snakes in their temporary residence places like tents which endanger their lives.

It's worth noting that after closing the boarders leading to Europe, Palestinian Syrian refugees were obliged to stay at temporary refugee camps in Greece in very difficult conditions.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4014