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Studies Company Shows Up in Yarmouk Camp to Inspect Damage Wrought on Civilian Structures

Published : 20-03-2019

Studies Company Shows Up in Yarmouk Camp to Inspect Damage Wrought on Civilian Structures

A studies company entered Yarmouk Camp on Monday, March 18, after it was tasked by Damascus Governorate, in cooperation with the General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees, to assess the condition of civilian buildings and premises located at the main entrance to the camp and near the local municipality in Palestine Street.

A member of the company said the delegation will release a database of all buildings in Yarmouk in the next few days, adding that owners of uninhabitable buildings will receive compensations.

At the same time, the General Union of Palestinian Engineers – Syria Branch announced the launch technical committees to take part in the mapping of an organizational plan so as to smooth the rehabilitation of Yarmouk Camp. Persons who would like to volunteer for the mission are required to send their names and ID numbers to the concerned authorities.

Activists and civilians in Yarmouk continue to urge the Syrian authorities and the Palestine Liberation Organization to seriously work on rehabilitating the camp and allow displaced civilians to return to their homes as had been green-lighted by Syria’s incumbent government.

The residents lashed out at the apathy maintained by the concerned authorities as regards their ongoing appeals to return to their homes and retrieve their personal property.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8457

A studies company entered Yarmouk Camp on Monday, March 18, after it was tasked by Damascus Governorate, in cooperation with the General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees, to assess the condition of civilian buildings and premises located at the main entrance to the camp and near the local municipality in Palestine Street.

A member of the company said the delegation will release a database of all buildings in Yarmouk in the next few days, adding that owners of uninhabitable buildings will receive compensations.

At the same time, the General Union of Palestinian Engineers – Syria Branch announced the launch technical committees to take part in the mapping of an organizational plan so as to smooth the rehabilitation of Yarmouk Camp. Persons who would like to volunteer for the mission are required to send their names and ID numbers to the concerned authorities.

Activists and civilians in Yarmouk continue to urge the Syrian authorities and the Palestine Liberation Organization to seriously work on rehabilitating the camp and allow displaced civilians to return to their homes as had been green-lighted by Syria’s incumbent government.

The residents lashed out at the apathy maintained by the concerned authorities as regards their ongoing appeals to return to their homes and retrieve their personal property.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8457