Morocco Forbiddens Syrian refugees deported by Algeria

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 27 April, 2017

ElDorar AlShamia:

Moroccan authorities have prevented dozens of Syrian refugees from entering their territory after being expelled by the Algerian authorities last week.

Algeria has deported 55 Syrians to the eastern border of Morocco since last Monday after that Morocco prevented them from crossing its borders, while denying the deportation done by the Algerian authorities to their territory.

Refugees on the border there, including children and women, face harsh conditions in the desert region, Algeria has not explained the reason for their expulsion, and Morocco has not explained why they were not received either.

A limited number of Syrian refugees live in Algeria and the authorities restrict their entry into or out of the country. They are required to receive them at their airports as they come from areas controlled by the Assad regime and hold sealed passports from their airports and crossings.