Damascus, SANA-Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minister Fayssal Mikdad said on Tuesday that Syria will hold permanent consultation with the Palestinian leadership, particularly regarding the issue of Palestinian camps, affirming Syria will do its best to prevent the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and other terrorist organizations from affecting the right of Palestinians to return Home.
Mikdad discussed with Director of the Political Bureau at the Palestinian Liberation Origination, Ambassador Anwar Abdul-Hadi the situation in the Palestinian camps in Syria, Particularly Yarmouk camp after the infiltration of ISIS terrorists into it.
For his part, Ambassador Abdul-Hadi briefed Mikdad on the practices of ISIS in the camp that prevent the families from going to the neighboring Yalda village to receive the food aid.
He described Syrian-Palestinian relations as “strong” and based on continuous coordination, saying “Syria has always been standing by the Palestinian people,” appreciating the Syrian government for the facilitations it offered to relief the families in Yarmouk camp.
Abdul-Hadi briefs EU ambassadors on situation in Yarmouk camp
Later, Ambassador Abdul-Hadi, called on the European Union’s ambassadors accredited in Damascus to immediately move and pressure “the gunmen’s references” to dismiss them from Yarmouk camp and enable refugees to return to the camp and live there peacefully.
During the meeting held in Damascus, Abdul-Hadi briefed the Ambassadors on the reality of situation in the camp after the infiltration of ISIS terrorists into it and their practices against civilians.
“The Palestinian Liberation Organization works on all levels, particularly on the humanitarian one to ease the suffering of civilians who left the camp through sending food aid with a support by international organizations,” Abdul-Hadi said.