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National Council for Human Rights commends Algeria’s role in supporting Sahrawi refugees

The National Council for Human Rights praised, on Sunday, Algeria’s role in supporting Sahrawi refugees by improving living conditions in refugee camps near Tindouf.

The National Council for Human Rights said, in a statement on the occasion of World Refugee Day, that “Algeria is making continuous efforts to improve infrastructures and basic facilities, for the benefit of the Sahrawi refugees,” adding that it is “working on everything related to taking care of Sahrawi refugees, with the United Nations team accredited in Algeria, especially the High Commissioner for Refugees and other UN agencies that support Sahrawi refugee program.

Meanwhile, the Council explained in its statement that Algeria, in partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, seeks to “intensify efforts to fight and contain the spread of new Coronavirus among refugees, through sensitization and awareness campaigns on the challenges besetting the refugees during the pandemic, and to mobilize additional resources to respond to the requests and needs of refugees.” and ensure that they get the vaccine.

In this context, the National Council for Human Rights called for “the need to open the door widely, to provide all refugees with the vaccine, given that Coronavirus does not choose its victims.”

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