More Displaced Families Arrive in Jeligim Corridor Coming from Rukban Camp

HOMS, (ST)- Within the framework of the Syrian government's efforts to help displaced Syrians return home after the army liberated their areas from terrorism, a new batch of displaced people, returned on Sunday from Rukban Camp in Syria's al-Tanf area near the borders with Jordan where US occupation forces and their affiliated terrorist groups are having positions and have been preventing the displaced people from returning to their houses for the past four years.

SANA reporter at Jleigem corridor said that a number of families, mostly children and women, arrived with their belongings at the Jalighem corridor by buses coming from al-Rukban Camp.

The returnees were provided with food and medical aid by concerned bodies and they were transported by buses to temporary housing centers in Homs to be transported later to their permanent places of residence which have been liberated by the Syrian Arab Army from terrorism.

 The returnees expressed happiness for leaving the camp where they suffered very difficult humanitarian situation due to siege of the US occupation forces and the terrorists as well as the lack of food, medicine and security.

Hamda Mustafa