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Habitability Condition Assessment of Yarmouk Buildings Ongoing

Published : 27-03-2019

Habitability Condition Assessment of Yarmouk Buildings Ongoing

The studies company which entered Yarmouk Camp on Monday, March 18, has kept up efforts to assess the condition of civilian buildings and premises located at the main entrance to the camp and near the local municipality in Palestine Street.

A member of the company said the delegation was tasked by Damascus Governorate, in cooperation/n with the General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees, to release a database of the condition of all buildings in Yarmouk at the soonest time possible.

Activists and civilians in Yarmouk continue to urge the Syrian authorities and the Palestine Liberation Organization to seriously work on rehabilitating the camp and allow displaced civilians to return to their homes as had been green-lighted by Syria’s incumbent government.

Member of Damascus Executive Office, Samir Jazaerli, said, following a meeting held in Damascus on Monday, March 11, that civilians will not be allowed to return to their homes in Yarmouk Camp before the technical committees finalize their reports about the condition of local buildings and premises, which sustained partial or total destruction during the warfare.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8484

The studies company which entered Yarmouk Camp on Monday, March 18, has kept up efforts to assess the condition of civilian buildings and premises located at the main entrance to the camp and near the local municipality in Palestine Street.

A member of the company said the delegation was tasked by Damascus Governorate, in cooperation/n with the General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees, to release a database of the condition of all buildings in Yarmouk at the soonest time possible.

Activists and civilians in Yarmouk continue to urge the Syrian authorities and the Palestine Liberation Organization to seriously work on rehabilitating the camp and allow displaced civilians to return to their homes as had been green-lighted by Syria’s incumbent government.

Member of Damascus Executive Office, Samir Jazaerli, said, following a meeting held in Damascus on Monday, March 11, that civilians will not be allowed to return to their homes in Yarmouk Camp before the technical committees finalize their reports about the condition of local buildings and premises, which sustained partial or total destruction during the warfare.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8484