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UNRWA: “Yarmouk camp and its residents suffered from indescribable pain”

Published : 27-04-2018

UNRWA: “Yarmouk camp and its residents suffered from indescribable pain”

UNRWA expressed in a statement it issued yesterday, its deep concern about the escalation of fighting and the fate of thousands of Palestinian refugees in Yarmouk camp and the surrounding areas.

UNRWA Commissioner-General, Pierre Krähenbühl, said in his statement, a copy of which was received by the Action Group, that “Yarmouk and its people are in indescribable pain and living in suffering which has lasted over the years of conflict. We are extremely concerned with the fate of the civilians, including the Palestinian refugees, after over a week of dramatically escalating violence.”

UNRWA also warned of the catastrophic consequences of the serious escalation in the fighting, which is affecting Yarmouk camp for Palestinian refugees in Damascus and its surrounding areas.

The statement added, “The current hostilities have resulted in deaths and injuries, and the displacement of about 5 thousand Palestinian refugees from Yarmouk camp to the neighboring Yelda area.”

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7016

UNRWA expressed in a statement it issued yesterday, its deep concern about the escalation of fighting and the fate of thousands of Palestinian refugees in Yarmouk camp and the surrounding areas.

UNRWA Commissioner-General, Pierre Krähenbühl, said in his statement, a copy of which was received by the Action Group, that “Yarmouk and its people are in indescribable pain and living in suffering which has lasted over the years of conflict. We are extremely concerned with the fate of the civilians, including the Palestinian refugees, after over a week of dramatically escalating violence.”

UNRWA also warned of the catastrophic consequences of the serious escalation in the fighting, which is affecting Yarmouk camp for Palestinian refugees in Damascus and its surrounding areas.

The statement added, “The current hostilities have resulted in deaths and injuries, and the displacement of about 5 thousand Palestinian refugees from Yarmouk camp to the neighboring Yelda area.”

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7016