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The AGPS Calls for Lifting the Restrictions on the Free Movement of Palestinian Syrian Refugees

Published : 11-08-2016

The AGPS Calls for Lifting the Restrictions on the Free Movement of Palestinian Syrian Refugees

AGPS issued a press statement calling for lifting the restriction on the free movement of Palestinian-Syrian refugees, confirming that the Palestinian-Syrian refugee still has no entry for almost all of the Arab and Islamic countries such as: Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Arab Maghreb States, and Turkey unless they meet the onerous conditions which are not allowed for the majority of refugees.

The statement considers that, it would constitute a flagrant violation of fundamental rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights such as Article 13, second paragraph, which states "everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and the right to return as well  " also  Article 14, first paragraph: "Everyone has the right to   resort to another country escaping the persecution."

The statement confirmed that, those decisions and actions resulted in many deadly incidents where the Palestinian refugee Basil Azzam has been killed in bombing in Idlib city after being detained for months at the Ataturk Airport, and then deported by the Turkish authorities to the Syrian border. However, the hunger strike was not enough for him to get into Turkey and he was returned to Syria in loud and clear violation of international refugee Convention which ended with his death.

AGPS confirmed in its statement that, it views with concern for the fate of inpiduals, and the Palestinian-Syrian refugee families, who stuck in the airports and borders.  Also it invites the concerned States to allow the Palestinian-Syrian refugees to enter its territory immediately and provide the necessary facilities for the sake of safe life away from the war and life-threatening.

 The AGP also assured on the need for the Palestinian Authority and its embassies to carry out the needed diplomatic work to lift restrictions on free movement of Palestinian refugees in the Arab and Islamic countries, beginning from the international treaties and conventions, which provide the human right of movement..

The AGPS also appealed the the Arab League to activate the white house Protocol, which regulates the Palestinian presence within the Arab states .also it called the international community and all governmental and non-governmental institutions to support the Palestinian refugees' right of movement and residency and work where ever they are..

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3736

AGPS issued a press statement calling for lifting the restriction on the free movement of Palestinian-Syrian refugees, confirming that the Palestinian-Syrian refugee still has no entry for almost all of the Arab and Islamic countries such as: Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Arab Maghreb States, and Turkey unless they meet the onerous conditions which are not allowed for the majority of refugees.

The statement considers that, it would constitute a flagrant violation of fundamental rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights such as Article 13, second paragraph, which states "everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and the right to return as well  " also  Article 14, first paragraph: "Everyone has the right to   resort to another country escaping the persecution."

The statement confirmed that, those decisions and actions resulted in many deadly incidents where the Palestinian refugee Basil Azzam has been killed in bombing in Idlib city after being detained for months at the Ataturk Airport, and then deported by the Turkish authorities to the Syrian border. However, the hunger strike was not enough for him to get into Turkey and he was returned to Syria in loud and clear violation of international refugee Convention which ended with his death.

AGPS confirmed in its statement that, it views with concern for the fate of inpiduals, and the Palestinian-Syrian refugee families, who stuck in the airports and borders.  Also it invites the concerned States to allow the Palestinian-Syrian refugees to enter its territory immediately and provide the necessary facilities for the sake of safe life away from the war and life-threatening.

 The AGP also assured on the need for the Palestinian Authority and its embassies to carry out the needed diplomatic work to lift restrictions on free movement of Palestinian refugees in the Arab and Islamic countries, beginning from the international treaties and conventions, which provide the human right of movement..

The AGPS also appealed the the Arab League to activate the white house Protocol, which regulates the Palestinian presence within the Arab states .also it called the international community and all governmental and non-governmental institutions to support the Palestinian refugees' right of movement and residency and work where ever they are..

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3736