Abu Huli: Palestinian and Arab movement to thwart the reduction of the mandate of “UNRWA”

Ramallah – Ma’an – A member of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Ahmed Abu Holly, said that there is a Palestinian and Arab movement to thwart US-Israeli attempts in the corridors of the United Nations to redefine the Palestinian refugee and influence the renewal of the mandate of UNRWA’s work. One year instead of three, stressing that the conspiracy against “UNRWA will fail.

During a meeting with representatives of the community rehabilitation committees in the West Bank camps at the headquarters of the Refugee Affairs Department in Ramallah, Abu Holly said that the Permanent Mission of Palestine to the United Nations and its ambassador, Ambassador Riad Mansour, are working around the clock with the Arab system to thwart the American administration’s efforts. The Government of the Occupation is prejudicial to the status of a refugee, by redefining it or by passing the UNRWA liquidation scheme.

He pointed out that the great challenge for the PLO and the Department of Refugee Affairs, is to face the US pressure and the pressure of the occupation government on the member states of the United Nations, in order to thwart the renewal of the mandate.

He stressed the continuation of the work of “UNRWA” in accordance with the mandate given to resolution 302, until the return of Palestinian refugees to their homes in accordance with resolution 194.

The meeting, which was attended by the Director General of the Refugee Affairs Department Ahmed Hanoun and the Director General of the camps, Yasser Abu Kishk, discussed the needs of the community rehabilitation committees and the problems facing their work and ways to address them.

Abu Houli stressed that supporting the active and active institutions inside the camps is a priority for the Refugee Affairs Department, which is working hard to provide all possible assistance, expressing its full support for the activities of the rehabilitation committees that serve an important segment of people with special needs that are of interest to the President of the State of Palestine Mahmoud. Abbas, who considers it a top priority.

He heard from the representatives of the CBR committees about the nature of their work, the challenges they face and their urgent needs for the continuity of their services, and promised to follow up and find solutions to them.

Source: Maan News Agency