The United Nations is holding its first summit on refugees and migrants


Twilight News / occupies the issue of what to do about the 65.3 million displaced people around the world leading position in the United Nations General Assembly when it meets leaders from around the world in New York at a summit for the first time on how to deal with large waves of refugees and migrants.

With the rising number of people fleeing from their homes to the largest number since World War II, it is expected that the leaders and diplomats agree on a document Monday aims to unite the Member States of the United Nations - and the number 93. Behind a more coordinated protects refugees and migrants' rights approach. Among the refugees in the world's 40.8 million people displaced within their own countries, and 21.3 million refugees, 3.2 million internally displaced people in the waiting for a reply to a request for asylum. The conflict in Syria, a key factor for the displacement of millions, but there are others who are fleeing from violence, as in South Sudan, Burundi, Iraq, Yemen and elsewhere. An international report has stated that the number of displaced children in the world reached about 50 million children, pointing out that wars and conflicts paid about 28 million of these male and female children, to seek refuge outside their home countries. The report issued by the United Nations Children's Fund "UNICEF" and pointed out that the number of refugee children arrived almost half the number of refugees around the world, pointing out that the number of refugee children has doubled over the past decade. According to the report, there are nearly 10 million child refugees, and another million children of asylum seekers who have not been a decision on their applications, and the number of children who have been displaced within their own countries an estimated 17 million children, according to AFP.