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At Copenhagen Conference, AGPS Calls for Int’l Protection for Palestinians of Syria

Published : 31-10-2021

At Copenhagen Conference, AGPS Calls for Int’l Protection for Palestinians of Syria

AGPS has called on the international community to work on securing the humanitarian needs of Palestinian refugees in war-torn Syria.

This came in an international conference held in Copenhagen on October 30.

AGPS representative Maher Shawish sounded the alarm over the squalid humanitarian condition faced by the Palestinians of Syria in displacement camps across the war-torn country, including Yarmouk Camp.

He urged UNRWA to increase humanitarian support to the Palestinian refugee community in/from Syria and to hand over cash and in-kind aid to those sheltered in northern Syria.

He called on Palestinian stakeholders, most notably the Palestinian Authority and the Palestine Liberation Organization, to lend a hand to the Palestinians of Syria who continue to grapple with dire humanitarian conditions.

Shawish urged all concerned parties to contribute to the reconstruction of ravaged Palestinian refugee camps in Syria.

A number of researchers, academics, UNRWA officials, and CSOs attended the conference, which was organized by the Syrian Cultural Institute in Denmark, in cooperation with European CSOs.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12390

AGPS has called on the international community to work on securing the humanitarian needs of Palestinian refugees in war-torn Syria.

This came in an international conference held in Copenhagen on October 30.

AGPS representative Maher Shawish sounded the alarm over the squalid humanitarian condition faced by the Palestinians of Syria in displacement camps across the war-torn country, including Yarmouk Camp.

He urged UNRWA to increase humanitarian support to the Palestinian refugee community in/from Syria and to hand over cash and in-kind aid to those sheltered in northern Syria.

He called on Palestinian stakeholders, most notably the Palestinian Authority and the Palestine Liberation Organization, to lend a hand to the Palestinians of Syria who continue to grapple with dire humanitarian conditions.

Shawish urged all concerned parties to contribute to the reconstruction of ravaged Palestinian refugee camps in Syria.

A number of researchers, academics, UNRWA officials, and CSOs attended the conference, which was organized by the Syrian Cultural Institute in Denmark, in cooperation with European CSOs.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12390