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Assessment of Yarmouk Buildings in Progress

Published : 29-04-2019

Assessment of Yarmouk Buildings in Progress

Pro-government sources in Syria said the technical committee handed over a preliminary report about the condition of buildings, premises, and infrastructure in Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Damascus.

A studies company entered Yarmouk Camp in mid-March after it was tasked by Damascus Governorate, in cooperation with the General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees, to assess the condition of civilian buildings and facilities in the area.

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.

Activists and civilians have leveled heavy criticism at the local authorities for dragging their feet over increasing appeals for reconstruction and called for serious and urgent measures to smooth civilians’ return to their homes in Yarmouk and rehabilitate vital facilities and infrastructure.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8619

Pro-government sources in Syria said the technical committee handed over a preliminary report about the condition of buildings, premises, and infrastructure in Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees, in Damascus.

A studies company entered Yarmouk Camp in mid-March after it was tasked by Damascus Governorate, in cooperation with the General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees, to assess the condition of civilian buildings and facilities in the area.

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.

Activists and civilians have leveled heavy criticism at the local authorities for dragging their feet over increasing appeals for reconstruction and called for serious and urgent measures to smooth civilians’ return to their homes in Yarmouk and rehabilitate vital facilities and infrastructure.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8619