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Displaced Palestinians in Idlib Push for Unblocking Syria-Turkey Borders

Published : 01-06-2019

Displaced Palestinians in Idlib Push for Unblocking Syria-Turkey Borders

Palestinian refugees displaced from Yarmouk, Khan Eshieh, and southern Damascus zones to northern Syria and who fled a Russian-backed government offensive in Idlib province have launched a protest campaign to demand an end to the attacks or the opening of the Syrian-Turkish border to allow them to safely escape the area.

Scores of civilians flocked to the borderland on Friday as desperation has grown after more than a month of fighting and government bombardment that has driven thousands of people towards the border.

The protesters called on the United Nations and international community to take serious action so as to pressurize the Syrian government forces and its Russian allies to cease deadly onslaughts and keep civilians at bay from military calculations.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8709

Palestinian refugees displaced from Yarmouk, Khan Eshieh, and southern Damascus zones to northern Syria and who fled a Russian-backed government offensive in Idlib province have launched a protest campaign to demand an end to the attacks or the opening of the Syrian-Turkish border to allow them to safely escape the area.

Scores of civilians flocked to the borderland on Friday as desperation has grown after more than a month of fighting and government bombardment that has driven thousands of people towards the border.

The protesters called on the United Nations and international community to take serious action so as to pressurize the Syrian government forces and its Russian allies to cease deadly onslaughts and keep civilians at bay from military calculations.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8709