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COVID-19 in Conflict Countries

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The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue has followed the situation of right to health in conflict countries (Yemen, Syria and Libya) and refugees’ conditions who were expelled by Turkey on Greek borders during the stage when COVID-19 turns to pandemic and infected many people in most countries all over the world. This requires special precautionary measures to prevent the disease outbreak; the matter which has not been done in those countries which still witness direct threat to right to life because of the continuous conflict, international interventions and inability of conflicting parties to reach an agreement which insures ceasing conflict and returning to normal life.

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