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Number of Migrants from AlNeirab Camp to Belarus Goes Up

Published : 18-10-2021

Number of Migrants from AlNeirab Camp to Belarus Goes Up

Another batch of young men from AlNeirab Camp for Palestinian refugees, in the northern Syrian province of Aleppo, reached Belarus on Sunday, October 17, after they boarded a flight from Damascus International Airport.

The migrants intend to reach Germany through the Belarus-Poland borders to seek asylum in the Central European country.

Last week, a group of eight people landed in Belarus. They are reportedly on their way to Germany.

Belarus has become a transit point for millions of migrants and asylum seekers fleeing conflict zones, political persecution, and financial deprivation.

A trip to Germany costs up to 6,000 USD, 3,000 among which are paid in the Belarus-bound trip.

The number of Palestinian youths migrating from displacement camps and government-held zones across war-torn Syria has soared.

Recently, scores of refugee families have made their way from their camps and shelters to Turkey, Iraq, and Egypt. Dozens of Palestinian refugee families fled Syria to Lebanon while scores of others crossed to Turkey from Idlib in a trip costing up to 1,500 per a single person. 

Many of those who headed to Erbil fled to Turkey through the Iraqi or Iranian borderlands. Several youths have fled conscription in the war-torn country.

Poverty rates have reached a zenith in Palestinian refugee camps in Syria due to the sharp decrease in the exchange rate of the Syrian pound compared to the USD and the refugees’ lack of access to the local labor market.

In its “Syria Regional Crisis Emergency Appeal 2021”, UNRWA said that protracted displacement, deteriorating socio-economic conditions aggravated by the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, dire humanitarian needs and protection concerns continue to affect the lives of Palestine refugees in Syria.

As the coronavirus pandemic has rebounded around the MENA region and the globe, many PRS lost their sources of income; refugee camps have seen unprecedented levels of destruction; rental prices have dramatically gone up; undernourishment and poverty have been a daily nightmare.

Due to the serious protection gaps, children have been forced to drop out of school and join armed groups to help feed their starving families.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12335

Another batch of young men from AlNeirab Camp for Palestinian refugees, in the northern Syrian province of Aleppo, reached Belarus on Sunday, October 17, after they boarded a flight from Damascus International Airport.

The migrants intend to reach Germany through the Belarus-Poland borders to seek asylum in the Central European country.

Last week, a group of eight people landed in Belarus. They are reportedly on their way to Germany.

Belarus has become a transit point for millions of migrants and asylum seekers fleeing conflict zones, political persecution, and financial deprivation.

A trip to Germany costs up to 6,000 USD, 3,000 among which are paid in the Belarus-bound trip.

The number of Palestinian youths migrating from displacement camps and government-held zones across war-torn Syria has soared.

Recently, scores of refugee families have made their way from their camps and shelters to Turkey, Iraq, and Egypt. Dozens of Palestinian refugee families fled Syria to Lebanon while scores of others crossed to Turkey from Idlib in a trip costing up to 1,500 per a single person. 

Many of those who headed to Erbil fled to Turkey through the Iraqi or Iranian borderlands. Several youths have fled conscription in the war-torn country.

Poverty rates have reached a zenith in Palestinian refugee camps in Syria due to the sharp decrease in the exchange rate of the Syrian pound compared to the USD and the refugees’ lack of access to the local labor market.

In its “Syria Regional Crisis Emergency Appeal 2021”, UNRWA said that protracted displacement, deteriorating socio-economic conditions aggravated by the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, dire humanitarian needs and protection concerns continue to affect the lives of Palestine refugees in Syria.

As the coronavirus pandemic has rebounded around the MENA region and the globe, many PRS lost their sources of income; refugee camps have seen unprecedented levels of destruction; rental prices have dramatically gone up; undernourishment and poverty have been a daily nightmare.

Due to the serious protection gaps, children have been forced to drop out of school and join armed groups to help feed their starving families.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12335