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Palestinian Ambassador to Ukraine about the detainee in Kiev: “Fares Salama’s case has been solved”

Published : 15-02-2018

Palestinian Ambassador to Ukraine about the detainee in Kiev: “Fares Salama’s case has been solved”

"Ukraine in Arabic" website quoted the Palestinian ambassador to Ukraine, Dr. Mohammed Al-Asaad, that the crisis of the Palestinian refugee who was was recently detained at Boryspil International Airport, has been resolved by transferring him to a secure Arab state, by consensus between the embassy, the refugee and his family.

According to the Ambassador, the Palestinian citizen “Fares Hashem Mahmoud Salama” left Boryspil International Airport on Monday February 12th evening, after the official coordination carried out by the Embassy with the Ukrainian authorities.

The Palestinian Ambassador did not disclose the country to which Salama left, although it will be revealed later.

Fares had tried to leave Ukraine irregularly because the majority of countries refused to receive him. He was unable to leave Ukraine, where he was detained and subjected to several courts that either sentenced him to imprisonment or payment of an 600 euros fine with deportation, and was given a month's period to leave.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/6620

"Ukraine in Arabic" website quoted the Palestinian ambassador to Ukraine, Dr. Mohammed Al-Asaad, that the crisis of the Palestinian refugee who was was recently detained at Boryspil International Airport, has been resolved by transferring him to a secure Arab state, by consensus between the embassy, the refugee and his family.

According to the Ambassador, the Palestinian citizen “Fares Hashem Mahmoud Salama” left Boryspil International Airport on Monday February 12th evening, after the official coordination carried out by the Embassy with the Ukrainian authorities.

The Palestinian Ambassador did not disclose the country to which Salama left, although it will be revealed later.

Fares had tried to leave Ukraine irregularly because the majority of countries refused to receive him. He was unable to leave Ukraine, where he was detained and subjected to several courts that either sentenced him to imprisonment or payment of an 600 euros fine with deportation, and was given a month's period to leave.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/6620