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AGPS at Copenhagen Conf: Situation of Palestinians in Northern Syria Tragic

Published : 02-11-2021

AGPS at Copenhagen Conf: Situation of Palestinians in Northern Syria Tragic

AGPS has raised alarm bells over the squalid humanitarian condition facing Palestinian refugees in displacement camps set up in northern Syria.

Speaking on behalf of AGPS in a conference held in Copenhagen on October 30, journalist Maher Shawish said Palestinian refugees have been twice displaced in Syria, where they continue to grapple with food, social, and legal insecurity and denied their rights as refugees, in violation of the Universal Human Rights Declaration and relevant resolutions.

Earlier this year, AGPS addressed the UNHRC on the dire situation facing Palestinian refugees in northern Syria with the advent of winter.

Nearly 1,450 Palestinian families have been struggling for survival in the poorly-equipped displacements camps set up in northern Syria, after they were forced out of Yarmouk and southern Damascus towns. For many displaced Palestinian refugees, the perils of winter weather add to the torment already experienced throughout the conflict.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12401

AGPS has raised alarm bells over the squalid humanitarian condition facing Palestinian refugees in displacement camps set up in northern Syria.

Speaking on behalf of AGPS in a conference held in Copenhagen on October 30, journalist Maher Shawish said Palestinian refugees have been twice displaced in Syria, where they continue to grapple with food, social, and legal insecurity and denied their rights as refugees, in violation of the Universal Human Rights Declaration and relevant resolutions.

Earlier this year, AGPS addressed the UNHRC on the dire situation facing Palestinian refugees in northern Syria with the advent of winter.

Nearly 1,450 Palestinian families have been struggling for survival in the poorly-equipped displacements camps set up in northern Syria, after they were forced out of Yarmouk and southern Damascus towns. For many displaced Palestinian refugees, the perils of winter weather add to the torment already experienced throughout the conflict.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12401