UAE Syrian refugee camp at Mraijib Al-Fhood Inaugurated

[23-05-2013 07:21 PM]

Ammon News - ZARQA (Petra)-The United Arab Emirates (UAE) refugee camp for Syrians in Jordan was opened on Thursday in the Mraijib Al Fhood area near Zarqa.

Sheikha Lubna bint Khalid Al Qasimi, UAE Minister of Development and International Cooperation, inaugurated the camp and conveyed the greetings of the UAE's leaders and people to the Syrian refugees in Jordan and spoke of their commitment to supporting the refugees as they endure many hardships.

Al Qsaimi praised the Jordan's role, leadership, government and people, in backing the Syrian people during this ordeal and providing the refugees with the finest services.

She pointed out that the completion of what the UAE has pledged, in cooperation with the Jordanian government, international organizations and NGO's, will play a large role in tackling the exodus of the Syrian brethren, providing them with their requirements and needs, while seeking to limit their problems.

Al Qasimi stressed that this refugee camp is the best example of the cooperation between Jordan and UAE, as well as the cooperation between the leaders in both countries in tackling Arab issues, pointing out her country's continued support to meet the varied needs of the Syrian refugees .

Minister of Social Development Reem Abu Hassan commended the deep ties with the brethren in the UAE, expressing her appreciation for the UAE standing with Jordan to alleviate the suffering of Syrian refugees.

The UAE "will remain a symbol of chivalry and honorable stands in its support for Jordan's efforts towards the Syrian brethren and various issues facing the country," Abu Hassan said.

She pointed out that the new camp is a developed location that offers security, food, health and educational services to Syrians until they are able to return home.

Abu Hassan further urged organizations and large countries to shoulder their responsibilities and support Jordan as it fulfills its obligations towards those refugees who have been displaced from their homeland.

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