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10th July 2019, 17:28:56 UTC

Ahmed H. has been separated from his Cypriot wife and two daughters for almost four years.

In September 2015, he was imprisoned in Hungary and wrongfully convicted for “complicity in an act of terrorism” in a blatant misapplication of Hungary’s counter-terrorism laws.

Ahmed H. was conditionally released on 19 January 2019 and is being held in immigration detention in Hungary. As he is a Syrian national he is at risk being forcibly returned to Syria, a country that is not safe. Cyprus must allow his return home to be reunited with his family.

Take urgent action to call on Minister Constantinos Petrides to take all necessary measures to allow Ahmed H. to return to Cyprus promptly and be finally reunited with his family.

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Ahmed H’s daughters just want Daddy home in Cyprus so he can give flowers to Mummy like in this picture they drew