More displaced Syrians return home from Jordan via Nassib border crossing

Daraa, SANA- A new batch of displaced Syrians on Wednesday returned home coming from refugee camps in Jordan via Nassib border crossing in the framework of efforts exerted by the Syrian state for the return of displaced Syrians to their areas which had been liberated by the Syrian Arab Army from terrorism.

SANA’s reporter said that a number of displaced citizens, mostly children, returned home coming from Azraq Camp in Jordan after years of forced displacement due to attacks of terrorist organizations, indicating that the bodies concerned provided a number of buses and cars for transporting the returnees to their areas.

The number of those who returned since the re-opening of the border crossing on October 15th, 2018 reached at 74.400 citizen, head of the Immigration and Passports department at Nassib crossing Mazen Ghandour said.

 

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