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Gov’t Delegation Pledges Reconstruction of Khan AlSheih Camp

Published : 13-06-2017

Gov’t Delegation Pledges Reconstruction of Khan AlSheih Camp

Reporting from Khan AlSheih Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Rif Dimashq, AGPS news correspondent said Syrian government delegates popped in the camp on Monday.

The delegation included Rif Dimashq governor Alaa Ibrahim and security and military officials.

Rif Dimashq governor pledged to work on unblocking the main access road to Khan AlSheih and rehabilitating much-needed facilities in the area, including power, water, and telecommunication networks.

Recently, Khan AlSheih residents have leveled heavy criticism at the Syrian government for reneging on its promises to implement the reconciliation deal signed with the opposition outfits in November 2016.

Key to the deal was the retreat of the opposition fighters to the northern Syrian city of Idlib and the deportation of over 2,000 relief and media activists from the camp in exchange for promises to lift the government cordon and to allow civilians a safe access to their homes. However none of these pledges have materialized on the ground.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/5319

Reporting from Khan AlSheih Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Rif Dimashq, AGPS news correspondent said Syrian government delegates popped in the camp on Monday.

The delegation included Rif Dimashq governor Alaa Ibrahim and security and military officials.

Rif Dimashq governor pledged to work on unblocking the main access road to Khan AlSheih and rehabilitating much-needed facilities in the area, including power, water, and telecommunication networks.

Recently, Khan AlSheih residents have leveled heavy criticism at the Syrian government for reneging on its promises to implement the reconciliation deal signed with the opposition outfits in November 2016.

Key to the deal was the retreat of the opposition fighters to the northern Syrian city of Idlib and the deportation of over 2,000 relief and media activists from the camp in exchange for promises to lift the government cordon and to allow civilians a safe access to their homes. However none of these pledges have materialized on the ground.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/5319