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9 Families Regain Access to Yarmouk Camp, Syrian Gov’t Announces Plan to Withdraw Militants

Published : 02-08-2017

9 Families Regain Access to Yarmouk Camp, Syrian Gov’t Announces Plan to Withdraw Militants

A number of families reportedly regained access to Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Damascus, on Thursday.

According to informed sources, nine families comprising 15 members, entered the camp onboard a Red Crescent vehicle to spend Eid AlIdha (Muslims Greater Eid) with their relatives.

Meanwhile, Syria’s Minister of State for National Reconciliation Affairs, Ali Haidar, said in a statement issued by the ministry’s press office that efforts have been under full swing by the Syrian government to work out the situation in southern Damascus, particularly in AlHajar AlAswad and Yarmouk Camp, and secure civilians’ return to their homes.

Haidar’s statement was released following a meeting held at the ministry’s headquarters on July 31 with representatives of the Popular Initiative for Reconciliation in Yarmouk Camp. The Palestine Liberation Organization envoy, Anwar Abdel Hadi, was in attendance.

The ministry’s adviser Ahmed Muneer Ahmed told the pro-regime AlWatan daily that a reconciliation committee has been tasked with entering Yarmouk Camp and carrying out reconciliation talks so as to make militants withdraw from the area of their own accord.

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A number of families reportedly regained access to Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Damascus, on Thursday.

According to informed sources, nine families comprising 15 members, entered the camp onboard a Red Crescent vehicle to spend Eid AlIdha (Muslims Greater Eid) with their relatives.

Meanwhile, Syria’s Minister of State for National Reconciliation Affairs, Ali Haidar, said in a statement issued by the ministry’s press office that efforts have been under full swing by the Syrian government to work out the situation in southern Damascus, particularly in AlHajar AlAswad and Yarmouk Camp, and secure civilians’ return to their homes.

Haidar’s statement was released following a meeting held at the ministry’s headquarters on July 31 with representatives of the Popular Initiative for Reconciliation in Yarmouk Camp. The Palestine Liberation Organization envoy, Anwar Abdel Hadi, was in attendance.

The ministry’s adviser Ahmed Muneer Ahmed told the pro-regime AlWatan daily that a reconciliation committee has been tasked with entering Yarmouk Camp and carrying out reconciliation talks so as to make militants withdraw from the area of their own accord.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/5578