PA follow-up on Palestinian refugees on the border between Poland and Belarus – Middle East Monitor


The Palestinian Authority said yesterday that it was monitoring the issue of Palestinian refugees stranded at the Polish-Belarusian border, the Wafa news agency reported.

In a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, the Palestinian Authority said: “Based on instructions from Foreign Minister Riyad Al-Maliki, the Palestinian Authority Ambassador to Belarus is following the issue. Palestinian refugees around the clock.

The statement also said that “the Palestinian embassy is making great efforts to keep in touch with Palestinians stranded in the buffer zone between Poland and Belarus”.

However, the statement stressed that the exact number of stranded Palestinian refugees is not known.

“Refugees have tourist visas or study visas,” the statement said, noting that the embassy offers several services to stranded refugees.

The Palestinian Embassy in Belarus has reported that a Palestinian woman from Aleppo has died and is working to organize the return of her body to her family. He did not give details of the family’s current location.

On November 17, it was reported that a 44-year-old Palestinian refugee was arrested at the train station on her way to Minsk, the capital of Belarus, with a group of refugees. She was later found dead under mysterious circumstances. No further details were available. According to some reports, the victim is from the Neirab refugee camp in Aleppo, in northern Syria.

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