House committee checks on al-Nasr refugee camp’s needs

al-Nasr refugee camp
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AMMAN — Lower House Palestine Committee, during their visit on Thursday to Prince Hassan camp in Jabal al-Nasr in Amman, were briefed on the key demands and needs of the camp’s residents, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

The committee will submit the camp residents’ demands to the prime minister and concerned authorities to work on addressing them, its head, MP Mohammad Zahrawi, said.

Zahrawi also pointed to the Royal benefactions to the camp’s residents in various fields and underlined His Majesty King Abdullah II’s efforts to restore momentum to the Palestinian cause in different international and regional forums.

Meanwhile, MPs Fayez Basbous and Dirar Harasis stressed the importance of the Hashemite custodianship in preserving Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem’s Al-Quds Al-Sharif.

For his part, the Deputy Director of UNRWA Affairs, Kunal Adar, lauded His Majesty King Abdullah II’s efforts to ask world countries to support UNRWA to carry out its duty to “the fullest” and provide its health and educational services to Palestinian refugees.

In addition, the Director General of the Department of Palestinian Affairs (DPA), Rafiq Kharfan, said all demands and observations will be followed up with the concerned authorities to address them.

The camp’s services improvement committee reviewed the key demands: improving and rehabilitating the sewage network and providing job opportunities for camp residents in development projects.

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