:الترجمات المتاحة English العربيّة

هذه الصفحة لا تحتوي على ترجمة بعد

دى آسيا و المحيط الهادئ يعمل نحو ترجمة موقعه الإلكتروني الى اللغة العربية. لاحظنا اهتمامكم بالحصول على هذا المصدر باللغة العربية وقد تم التاشير عليه للترجمة. اذا كنتم بحاجة لهذا المصدر بشكل مسعجل وضروري لاغراض مهنية، نرجوا مراسلة سكرتاريا المنتدى لمناقشة طلبكم.

الأخبار : مقالة

Mongolia: NHRC advocates right of return for citizens stranded abroad

الجرافيك

Commissioners have raised concerns about Mongolians stranded abroad due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Commissioners Enkhbold and Narantuya, representing the National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia (NHRCM), held an online meeting with Mr. Y. Sodbaatar, Chairperson of the State Emergency Commission (SEC) and Deputy Prime Minister, on 7 January 2021 to discuss matters related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Commissioners raised the issue of the right to return home of Mongolians who have been stranded abroad, especially those in South Korea, and proposed to evacuate those with justifiable reasons as a priority.

The Commissioners noted that the NHRCM had received a high number of complaints about to cancellation of flights between Seoul and Ulaanbaatar, which had been scheduled in November.

Among those stranded abroad are people with serious health conditions, pregnant women and people with infants who living in difficult circumstances. This gives rise to serious human rights violations, the Commissioners said.

Mr Sodbaatar said the SEC takes human rights considerations into account to the greatest extent possible but there is also the necessity for certain decisions to be changed or modified, in accordance with changing situations.

He also added that the SEC is taking necessary steps, within resource limits, to address the issue of Mongolian citizens stranded in South Korea, which included evacuating 34 people in December.

Although, the pandemic is challenging and causing human rights concerns, Mr Sodbaatar emphasised the importance of collaborating to promote human rights, including through the exchange of information.

Date: 13 January 2020

Source: National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia


مصادر الصورة

  1. National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia