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Cyprus issues a warning about the collapse of the "Lebanese Dam" in the face of the massive Syrian exodus!
(See translation in Arabic section)
Sydney - Middle East Times Int’l: The Cypriot warning that was issued in recent hours warning Europe of the danger of the “collapse of the Lebanese dam” in the face of the magnitude of the Syrian displacement gained an exceptional dimension in its importance and its positive echo resonated strongly in the crisis-ridden Lebanese atmosphere, as it was considered the first warning from a member state of the European Union that puts the countries of the Union in the face of their enormous responsibility. If it continues to deal with the Lebanese catastrophe with the logic of justifying European failure and claiming that Syria is still unsafe for the return of displaced people from neighboring countries.
The Syrian displacement file is supposed to be the first major file that will be raised by the official Lebanese delegation, headed by Prime Minister Najib Mikati and the membership of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Abdullah Bou Habib, to New York in the meetings that it will hold through its participation in the opening of the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly and the activities that are held on its sidelines. The delegation left Beirut yesterday and will begin holding meetings during its stay in New York on the sidelines of the session.
Meanwhile, Cyprus, a member of the European Union, announced that it had asked the bloc to review the status of Syria, if it was still unsafe and asylum seekers could not be returned there. The move follows a wave of racially motivated attacks on foreigners in recent weeks, amid growing anti-immigrant sentiment on the Mediterranean island.


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