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Displaced Families Sign Petition Urging Syrian Authorities to Rehabilitate Yarmouk Camp

Published : 05-02-2019

Displaced Families Sign Petition Urging Syrian Authorities to Rehabilitate Yarmouk Camp

A petition was handed over by the residents of Yarmouk Camp to Damascus governor Adel Anwar AlAlabi, urging local authorities to smooth the return of displaced families to their homes.

The 200-page petition, signed by 3,000 residents of Yarmouk Camp, called on the Syrian authorities to work on facilitating their immediate return to their homes and to rehabilitate destroyed infrastructure and facilities.

The residents expressed their readiness for voluntary work and to actively take part in reconstruction works.

Damascus governor pledged to seriously take all necessary steps to facilitate civilians’ return to their homes and reconstruct vital structures.

Activists lashed out at the apathy maintained by the Syrian authorities as regards civilians’ appeals to return to their homes and recover their belongings.

A decision issued by Syria’s Council of Ministers during its weekly session, held on November 11, tasked local authorities in Damascus with rehabilitating infrastructure and destroyed facilities in Yarmouk Camp so as to pave the way for the safe return of the displaced residents.

Activists slammed the decision, which they said overlooks Yarmouk’s geo-historical idiosyncrasy and denies its long-standing status as a refugee camp.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8264

A petition was handed over by the residents of Yarmouk Camp to Damascus governor Adel Anwar AlAlabi, urging local authorities to smooth the return of displaced families to their homes.

The 200-page petition, signed by 3,000 residents of Yarmouk Camp, called on the Syrian authorities to work on facilitating their immediate return to their homes and to rehabilitate destroyed infrastructure and facilities.

The residents expressed their readiness for voluntary work and to actively take part in reconstruction works.

Damascus governor pledged to seriously take all necessary steps to facilitate civilians’ return to their homes and reconstruct vital structures.

Activists lashed out at the apathy maintained by the Syrian authorities as regards civilians’ appeals to return to their homes and recover their belongings.

A decision issued by Syria’s Council of Ministers during its weekly session, held on November 11, tasked local authorities in Damascus with rehabilitating infrastructure and destroyed facilities in Yarmouk Camp so as to pave the way for the safe return of the displaced residents.

Activists slammed the decision, which they said overlooks Yarmouk’s geo-historical idiosyncrasy and denies its long-standing status as a refugee camp.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8264