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AGPS Underscores Situation of Palestinians of Syria in Berlin Conf

Published : 09-12-2019

AGPS Underscores Situation of Palestinians of Syria in Berlin Conf

The “Palestinians of Europe Conference…Past, Present, and Future” was launched on Saturday in Berlin, in line with UNRWA’s 70th founding anniversary.

Speakers drew attention to the repercussions of UNRWA’s service cut and decrease in funding for the Agency on Palestinian refugees from Syria.

Palestinian-Syrian researcher Ahmad AlBash warned that the remarkable shrinkage in UNRWA services and aids might lead to a deadly famine among the Palestinian refugee community.

In a research paper about UNRWA crises management in refugee camps in Syria and Lebanon, AlBash said survival for Palestinian families from Syria has largely hinged on the financial aids handed over to them by UNRWA every three months.

He further pointed out the frail legal protection mechanism adopted by UNRWA in Palestinian refugee camps in Syria and Lebanon.

Palestinian scholar Maher Hejazi also urged UNRWA to assume its responsibilities towards Palestinian refugees in northern Syria and in Turkey.

He stressed the need to mobilize support for UNRWA across the European continent in order to help the Agency sustain its essential services and implement its core programs for Palestine refugees.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9455

The “Palestinians of Europe Conference…Past, Present, and Future” was launched on Saturday in Berlin, in line with UNRWA’s 70th founding anniversary.

Speakers drew attention to the repercussions of UNRWA’s service cut and decrease in funding for the Agency on Palestinian refugees from Syria.

Palestinian-Syrian researcher Ahmad AlBash warned that the remarkable shrinkage in UNRWA services and aids might lead to a deadly famine among the Palestinian refugee community.

In a research paper about UNRWA crises management in refugee camps in Syria and Lebanon, AlBash said survival for Palestinian families from Syria has largely hinged on the financial aids handed over to them by UNRWA every three months.

He further pointed out the frail legal protection mechanism adopted by UNRWA in Palestinian refugee camps in Syria and Lebanon.

Palestinian scholar Maher Hejazi also urged UNRWA to assume its responsibilities towards Palestinian refugees in northern Syria and in Turkey.

He stressed the need to mobilize support for UNRWA across the European continent in order to help the Agency sustain its essential services and implement its core programs for Palestine refugees.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9455