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Netherlands Re-Examines Visa Applications by Refugees from Syria

Published : 02-07-2020

Netherlands Re-Examines Visa Applications by Refugees from Syria

The Dutch Migration and Naturalization Department said it has re-assessed thousands of asylum applications submitted by refugees from Syria before 2015.

Dutch media outlets said among the 12,570 examined cases none has been found by the Migration Department guilty of war crimes. At the same time, some 63 cases require further investigation, 55 cases among which have been closed due to the absence of authentic evidence and seven cases have remained unresolved. One refugee has had his visa rescinded.

Thousands of Syrian refugees have reached Europe and told stories of horrific crimes they have experienced and witnessed. Investigators and prosecutors in different European states have begun looking at a number of inpiduals, who have also made their way to these countries after allegedly committing murder and mistreatment in Syria. The refugees are providing authorities in the host states with details of what happened and identities of those responsible.

With the Syrian war now in its tenth year, horrific human suffering has been documented by activists and posted on the internet for the world to see. Palestinian refugees taking shelter in the war-torn country have been severely affected by such a traumatic experience: Thousands have been forcibly disappeared in state-run penal complexes; scores of others have been tortured, including hundreds to death; Dozens of families have gone homeless and lost their property; And Children have been economically and sexually abused.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10318

The Dutch Migration and Naturalization Department said it has re-assessed thousands of asylum applications submitted by refugees from Syria before 2015.

Dutch media outlets said among the 12,570 examined cases none has been found by the Migration Department guilty of war crimes. At the same time, some 63 cases require further investigation, 55 cases among which have been closed due to the absence of authentic evidence and seven cases have remained unresolved. One refugee has had his visa rescinded.

Thousands of Syrian refugees have reached Europe and told stories of horrific crimes they have experienced and witnessed. Investigators and prosecutors in different European states have begun looking at a number of inpiduals, who have also made their way to these countries after allegedly committing murder and mistreatment in Syria. The refugees are providing authorities in the host states with details of what happened and identities of those responsible.

With the Syrian war now in its tenth year, horrific human suffering has been documented by activists and posted on the internet for the world to see. Palestinian refugees taking shelter in the war-torn country have been severely affected by such a traumatic experience: Thousands have been forcibly disappeared in state-run penal complexes; scores of others have been tortured, including hundreds to death; Dozens of families have gone homeless and lost their property; And Children have been economically and sexually abused.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10318