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The Yarmouk Residents Demand to Activate the Neutralization Initiative of the Yarmouk Camp, to End its Siege, and to Return its Residents.

Published : 24-03-2015

The Yarmouk Residents Demand to Activate the Neutralization Initiative of the Yarmouk Camp, to End its Siege, and to Return its Residents.

The residents of the Yarmouk camp suffer from several economic and living crises due to the strict siege imposed by the regular army and PFGC groups since 07/18/2013, which prevented the entry and the exit of its residents as well as the entry of food, flour, medicines, and fuel.

A number of activists and dignitaries of the Yarmouk camp, whether from within or outside, demanded to activate the neutralization initiative of the Camp and to end its siege. The residents are no longer demanding the food entry, since the UNRWA  providing them with limited quantities of relief aid, but beyond that to claim to follow the real and practical steps to end their tragedy and suffering through ending the siege of the camp completely, to neutralize it, to apply the  provisions of the initiative, to allow people outside Yarmouk to return back to it, and to treat the camp similarly as to the surrounding areas such as Yalda, Babbila and Beit Sahem who signed a truce with the Syrian regime and demanded the return of the public services, particularly the drinking water.

Short URL : http://actionpal.org.uk/en/post/755

The residents of the Yarmouk camp suffer from several economic and living crises due to the strict siege imposed by the regular army and PFGC groups since 07/18/2013, which prevented the entry and the exit of its residents as well as the entry of food, flour, medicines, and fuel.

A number of activists and dignitaries of the Yarmouk camp, whether from within or outside, demanded to activate the neutralization initiative of the Camp and to end its siege. The residents are no longer demanding the food entry, since the UNRWA  providing them with limited quantities of relief aid, but beyond that to claim to follow the real and practical steps to end their tragedy and suffering through ending the siege of the camp completely, to neutralize it, to apply the  provisions of the initiative, to allow people outside Yarmouk to return back to it, and to treat the camp similarly as to the surrounding areas such as Yalda, Babbila and Beit Sahem who signed a truce with the Syrian regime and demanded the return of the public services, particularly the drinking water.

Short URL : http://actionpal.org.uk/en/post/755