New batches of displaced Syrians return from Lebanon

Damascus Countryside, Homs, SANA- In framework of the efforts exerted by the Syrian Government in cooperation with the Lebanese side, hundreds of displaced Syrians on Monday returned from Lebanon through the border crossings of al-Zamrani, Jdeidet Yabous and al-Dabbousyia heading for their villages and towns which have been liberated from terrorism by the Syrian Arab Army.

SANA’s reporters at the three border crossings said that Syrian buses entered the crossings of al-Zamrani, Jdeidet Yabous and al-Dabbousyia coming from the Lebanese territories with hundreds of citizens on board including women and children who had been forced to leave their homes by the terrorist organizations before they were eliminated.

The reporters indicated that medical teams and cadres affiliated to the health directorates in the provinces provided the required health services to the returnees, particularly the anti-polio vaccines for children and other vaccines according to their age.

In the area of western Qalamoun in Damascus Countryside, SANA’s reporter at al-Zamrani crossing said that a new batch of displaced Syrians returning from the Lebanese territories arrived in the crossing.

He added that the authorities concerned took all the required measures to pave the way for them to return to their villages and towns which have been liberated from terrorism.

Meanwhile, SANA’s reporter at Jdeidet Yabous crossing in Damascus Countryside said that hundreds of the Syrians who have been displaced by terrorists returned from Lebanon through the crossing on board buses, adding that they will be later transported to their villages and towns which have been liberated from terrorism.

In Homs western countryside, SANA’s reporter at al-Dabbousyia crossing said that 17 buses with hundreds of displaced Syrians arrived in the crossing.

He added that all the required measures for their entrance were taken by the authorities concerned,  in addition to providing health services to those who are in need for them, particularly the children before the buses headed for their towns and villages which have been liberated from terrorism.

A number of the returnees at the crossings expressed happiness over returning to the homeland, thanking the Syrian Arab Army for its heroism and sacrifices to liberate their villages and towns from terrorism.

They hailed the efforts exerted by the authorities concerned to restore the basic services to their areas to help them to start to practice their normal life.

Ruaa al-Jazaeri

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