Discussing an important issue related to the policies of diaspora communities casts a shadow on our societies. Everyone has suffered from recent refugee crises, but in the Middle East, and Jordan in particular, we are alongside Lebanon and Turkey the most affected nations by the Syrian refugee crisis, the MP told the gathering.
Qaisi expressed pride that Jordan has provided an advanced model in dealing with the Syrian refugees.
Despite Jordan’s limited resources and difficult economic conditions, he said the Kingdom has received about 1.3 million Syrian refugees and integrated them into local communities, and receive the same services as citizens in health, education and employment sectors.
Earlier, Jordan had another advanced model in this regard, as Palestinians on its soil enjoy all the civil and political rights, and all live in a state of national unity, he pointed out.
Qaisi called on the parliamentarians participating in the forum to press their governments to help the host countries to continue to provide the services the refugees need.
Source: Jordan News Agency