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Damascus Ambassador: Reconstruction of Destroyed Houses in Yarmouk Complicated

Published : 09-10-2021

Damascus Ambassador: Reconstruction of Destroyed Houses in Yarmouk Complicated

Palestine Ambassador in Syria, Samir AlRefai said the reconstruction of destroyed houses in Yarmouk Camp remains a complicated task due to the severe damage inflicted on buildings.

AlRefai quoted the Syrian PM as stating, during a meeting with Palestinian factions in Damascus last year, that owners should pay for the reconstruction of their destroyed houses and that in return owners will have other floors added to their buildings for free.

The Ambassador also said rubble-clearance from Yarmouk Camp is a very difficult process and will take no less than two months. Works will also be launched soon to rehabilitate infrastructure and vital premises.

AlRefai said a number of international organizations will take part in rubble-clearance and the Palestine Liberation Organization has provided cash aid to Palestinian refugees in Yarmouk and Hindarat camps.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12292

Palestine Ambassador in Syria, Samir AlRefai said the reconstruction of destroyed houses in Yarmouk Camp remains a complicated task due to the severe damage inflicted on buildings.

AlRefai quoted the Syrian PM as stating, during a meeting with Palestinian factions in Damascus last year, that owners should pay for the reconstruction of their destroyed houses and that in return owners will have other floors added to their buildings for free.

The Ambassador also said rubble-clearance from Yarmouk Camp is a very difficult process and will take no less than two months. Works will also be launched soon to rehabilitate infrastructure and vital premises.

AlRefai said a number of international organizations will take part in rubble-clearance and the Palestine Liberation Organization has provided cash aid to Palestinian refugees in Yarmouk and Hindarat camps.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12292