UNRWA: 35,000 Refugees sign memo to UN demanding improving their conditions

UNRWA: 35,000 Refugees sign memo to UN demanding improving their conditions

UNRWA’s crisis management cell announced on Wednesday results of the campaign of signing a memorandum addressed to the United Nations.

AhlulBayt News Agency - UNRWA’s crisis management cell announced on Wednesday results of the campaign of signing a memorandum addressed to the United Nations.

The crisis management cell held a press conference on Wednesday in front of the UNRWA’s headquarters in Beirut with the presence of members of the cell and representatives of Palestinian factions.

Ahmad Abdul Hadi, political official of Hamas in Lebanon, revealed in the conference that 35,000 Palestinian refugees in Lebanon have signed the memo. He said that the memo, which covered the humanitarian demands of the refugees, was addressed to the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon during his latest visit to Lebanon.

The letter demanded providing refugees with health and education services, approving the emergency program for Nahr al-Bared refugees, and offering complete relief to Palestinian migrants from Syria as well as providing financial budgets for such services.



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