Citizens inside Bor PoC demand relocation to their areas of origin
BOR (16 Feb.)
Thousands of conflict-displaced persons who are sheltering inside the UN
Protection of Civilians site (PoC) in Bor town in South Sudan’s Jonglei
State have called on the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
(UNHCR) to relocate them to their areas of origin.
Thok Chuol, chairman of the UN camp in Bor, Radio Tamazuj yesterday that
the conflict-displaced people inside the UN base in Bor demand relocation
to their areas of origin in Malakal, Akobo, Bentiu and Fangak.
He further said nearly 1,500 displaced people were registered in October
last year, but they have not been transported to their areas or origin so
far.The camp leader pointed out that all the displaced people who sought
shelter in the UN protection site in Bor town were locked in the site since
fighting erupted in December 2013.
Thok called on the UNHCR to facilitate their relocation.
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