15 European countries call for accelerating the provision of urgent aid to Palestine

15 European countries call for accelerating the provision of urgent aid to Palestine    Brussels WAFA - The 15 member states of the European Union have called on the European Commission to expedite the disbursement of urgent aid to the State of Palestine.  The European countries led by Ireland, according to the American newspaper "Politico", today, Monday, expressed their concerns about "the continued delay in disbursing the European Union's aid to Palestine for the year 2021 against the background of funding conditions imposed by the Commission."  The 15 countries sent a letter on the eighth of this April to the European Commission, calling for accelerating the disbursement of aid to the Palestinians, as it was signed by the foreign ministers: Ireland, Belgium, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, the Greek Cypriot administration, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta and Poland , Portugal, Spain and Sweden .  It called on member states to release the funding "as soon as possible", "because the Palestinian National Authority is in a difficult situation and is suffering from a severe financial crisis, which is further complicated by the inflation of oil and wheat prices due to the war in Ukraine."  In their letter, they pointed out that the European Commission's latest proposal to link aid with conditions "does not have broad support" among EU countries .

Brussels WAFA - The 15 member states of the European Union have called on the European Commission to expedite the disbursement of urgent aid to the State of Palestine.

The European countries led by Ireland, according to the American newspaper "Politico", today, Monday, expressed their concerns about "the continued delay in disbursing the European Union's aid to Palestine for the year 2021 against the background of funding conditions imposed by the Commission."

The 15 countries sent a letter on the eighth of this April to the European Commission, calling for accelerating the disbursement of aid to the Palestinians, as it was signed by the foreign ministers: Ireland, Belgium, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, the Greek Cypriot administration, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta and Poland , Portugal, Spain and Sweden .

It called on member states to release the funding "as soon as possible", "because the Palestinian National Authority is in a difficult situation and is suffering from a severe financial crisis, which is further complicated by the inflation of oil and wheat prices due to the war in Ukraine."

In their letter, they pointed out that the European Commission's latest proposal to link aid with conditions "does not have broad support" among EU countries .

Dangerous consequences of four Uyghurs detained in Saudi Arabia

The fate of four Uyghurs, including Hamdullah Wali, Nur Muhammad Rozi, Khalcham Abdullah and Babura Mirahmat, who are being held unjustly in Saudi Arabia, is said to be in jeopardy.

Buhalcham Abdullah, who was reportedly detained by Saudi police in Mecca on March 30 for no reason, posted a video on social media claiming that he and his 13-year-old daughter, Babura Mirahmet, had been abducted by police and taken away in a car and were in critical condition. Did.

In the video, Ms. Buhalcham cried and cried inside the police car, claiming that she and her daughter, Babura Miriam, had been taken to Riyadh by Saudi police, that they were trying to extradite them to China, and that they were in critical condition and called on the international community for help.

It is learned that Ms. Buhalcham is the ex-wife of Nur Muhammad Rozi, who is being held by Saudi police and is in danger of being deported to China. He was detained by Saudi police on March 30 near Mecca.

Footage of a protest in Saudi Arabia demanding the release of four Uighurs who were unjustly detained.  April 2022, Turkey.

Anwarjan, an Uyghur youth based in Istanbul, said that Khalcham Abdullah had originally left Istanbul for Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah. Although she is a woman who is legally residing on a Saudi residence permit (residence permit), she has been abducted on the grounds that her bail was granted in the name of her husband, Nur Muhammad Rozi.

Nourimangul, the daughter of Hamdullah Wali, told us: Otherwise, we will not be able to do anything illegal, they will be arrested. It is unfortunate that four innocent Uyghurs are in danger of being handed over to a tyrannical regime like China during such Ramadan. We urge Uyghurs around the world, human rights organizations, the Saudi government to release four innocent Uyghurs to Turkey or to another safe country. "

Noorimangul said the four Uighurs had been relocated from Jeddah, where they are currently being held, to Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. Their transfer from the Jeddah prison to the Riyadh prison also means that work to bring them back to China is imminent.

The security situation of the Uyghurs in Saudi Arabia is currently receiving an international response. International human rights organizations, East Turkestan organizations around the world, and the Uyghur community are urging countries and the international community to take action through social media.

Amnesty International said in a statement on April 4: Is a serious violation of international law. "

Lynn Maalouf, Amnesty International's Middle East and North Africa director, said: "It simply came to our notice then. They also stressed the need for Saudi authorities to return the Uighurs to China, and for countries with diplomatic ties with Saudi Arabia to speak out.

Uyghur organizations around the world, including the World Uyghur Congress and the International Union of East Turkestan Organizations in Istanbul, are reportedly taking action to ensure that the four Uyghurs are not returned to China and ensure their safety.

Uighurs in Istanbul staged a protest in front of the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Monday, April 11, protesting against Saudi Arabia and demanding the release of the four Uighurs detained in Saudi Arabia.

Protesters chanted slogans such as "Let the Uyghurs be released", "Freedom for Hamdullah Wali" and "Freedom for Nur Muhammad Rozi" with pictures of Hamdullah Wali, Nur Muhammad Rozi, Khalcham Abdullah, Babura Mirahmet being held in Saudi Arabia.

We spoke to Nourimangul, the daughter of Hamdullah Wali, about Uyghurs, such as Hamdullah Wali, who is being held in Saudi Arabia.

Nourimangul Hamdullah, the daughter of Hamdullah Wali, who was interviewed by us, went to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul today, April 11, to protest against the release of four Uyghurs, including her father, Hamdullah Wali, and to protest against the release of four Uyghurs, including her father, from China and China. He said he had asked for it.

Ms. Noorimangul said they had met with Saudi consulates in Istanbul and asked her to talk about her father. As a result, a diplomat came out of the consulate, received their written request and conveyed the application to the relevant authorities. But he quickly went in without answering any of the questions about Uyghurs, such as Hamdullah Wali.

Nurimangul and her sister Sumaya spoke by phone on November 19, 2020, the day before their father was abducted in Saudi Arabia. Since then they have not been able to communicate with their father in any way, they have expressed that they are missing their father and are worried about the consequences of their father.

Nurimangul called on the world community, international human rights organizations, and countries such as Turkey to extend a helping hand to the release of four Uyghurs, including his father.
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