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AGPS’ Executive Manager: Seminars have significant impact in delivering the refugees’ voice to the international community.

Published : 24-03-2016

AGPS’ Executive Manager: Seminars have significant impact in delivering the refugees’ voice to the international community.

The AGPS’ Executive Manager Ahmed Hussein, in a statement to Al-Jazeera Net following the PRC’s seminar yesterday, stressed on the importance of such events and symposiums in delivering the Palestinian refugees’ message to the international community and in introducing the case to the world.

Hussein added “these events shed light on the refugees issue as a human rights complicated issue since they are recognized by the United Nations as refugees but they do not get the needed protection nor neutralization from the military works in Syria”.

The AGPS’ Executive Manager said “these seminars come as part of a plane of action adopted by the Palestinian organizations in Europe to shed light on the case of Palestinian refugees in Syria, who have been affected by the war roughly, exposed to different kinds of violations, killing, arresting, siege and not ending by evacuating from their camps and houses”.

Hussein indicated that the AGPS and the PRC are seeking, together, to update the position to the British MPs, parties and decision makers to achieve the political and security advantages to meet the minimum protection, as well as to include the Palestinian refugees in the humanitarian programs funded by the European Governments in order to achieve the decent life level until they return back to their homelands in Palestine.

It is noteworthy that the Palestinian Return Centre in cooperation with the Scottish National Party have organized, yesterday, a seminar on Palestinians of Syria issue held in the British House of Commons in London.

Short URL : http://actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3029

The AGPS’ Executive Manager Ahmed Hussein, in a statement to Al-Jazeera Net following the PRC’s seminar yesterday, stressed on the importance of such events and symposiums in delivering the Palestinian refugees’ message to the international community and in introducing the case to the world.

Hussein added “these events shed light on the refugees issue as a human rights complicated issue since they are recognized by the United Nations as refugees but they do not get the needed protection nor neutralization from the military works in Syria”.

The AGPS’ Executive Manager said “these seminars come as part of a plane of action adopted by the Palestinian organizations in Europe to shed light on the case of Palestinian refugees in Syria, who have been affected by the war roughly, exposed to different kinds of violations, killing, arresting, siege and not ending by evacuating from their camps and houses”.

Hussein indicated that the AGPS and the PRC are seeking, together, to update the position to the British MPs, parties and decision makers to achieve the political and security advantages to meet the minimum protection, as well as to include the Palestinian refugees in the humanitarian programs funded by the European Governments in order to achieve the decent life level until they return back to their homelands in Palestine.

It is noteworthy that the Palestinian Return Centre in cooperation with the Scottish National Party have organized, yesterday, a seminar on Palestinians of Syria issue held in the British House of Commons in London.

Short URL : http://actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3029