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AGPS Warns of Tragic Situation of Displaced Palestinians North of Syria at UNHRC

Published : 11-10-2018

AGPS Warns of Tragic Situation of Displaced Palestinians North of Syria at UNHRC

AGPS, in partnership with the Palestinian Return Centre (PRC), sounded the alarm over the situation of the Palestinian refugees deported to northern Syria.

This came in a report passed on to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva on September 19, 2018 as part of the 39th session.

The document covers the sweeps of forced deportation of Palestinians to Idlib, north of Syria, where nearly 1,300 Palestinian families have been scattered across 12 locations ever since the Syrian government forces recaptured Damascus’ southern zones and Eastern al-Ghouta. 

The report underscores the abject living conditions undergone by the displaced Palestinian communities north of Syria, deemed as the most tension-stricken region across the Syrian territories.

It further warned of UNRWA’s dragging of its feet regarding the tragic situation wrought on hundreds of displaced Palestinian families in areas held by the Syrian government.

The document calls for serious efforts to secure Palestinians’ legal and physical protection.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7806

AGPS, in partnership with the Palestinian Return Centre (PRC), sounded the alarm over the situation of the Palestinian refugees deported to northern Syria.

This came in a report passed on to the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva on September 19, 2018 as part of the 39th session.

The document covers the sweeps of forced deportation of Palestinians to Idlib, north of Syria, where nearly 1,300 Palestinian families have been scattered across 12 locations ever since the Syrian government forces recaptured Damascus’ southern zones and Eastern al-Ghouta. 

The report underscores the abject living conditions undergone by the displaced Palestinian communities north of Syria, deemed as the most tension-stricken region across the Syrian territories.

It further warned of UNRWA’s dragging of its feet regarding the tragic situation wrought on hundreds of displaced Palestinian families in areas held by the Syrian government.

The document calls for serious efforts to secure Palestinians’ legal and physical protection.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7806