Lebanon working with Syria for safe return of displaced people
Lebanese Social Affairs and Tourism Minister Ramzi Musharrafieh declared on Friday that his new gathering with Syrian authorities in Damascus on the exile issue was “positive and empowering”, Lebanese media announced.
Musharrafieh, a priest of the continuous Lebanese overseer government, shared that the: “Conversations with Syrian authorities during his new visit to Damascus were more than positive and exceptionally reassuring.”
He added that every one of the pastors he met: “Communicated their full status to work with Lebanon to actuate the document of the arrival of dislodged people,” noticing that he got ensures that a: “Honorable and safe return will be accomplished for the uprooted. We will help them taking all things together accessible methods and through coordination with the Syrian express, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the global local area when all is said in done.”
Lebanon has around 1,000,000 Syrian evacuees, the vast majority of whom live in casual improvised tents spread out across Lebanon’s Beqaa, not a long way from the Syrian boundary.