More displaced Syrian families return home from Jordan via Nasib border crossing

DARAA, (ST)- A new batch of displaced Syrian families have returned home from refugee camps in Jordan . The returnees came back via Nasib-Jaber border crossing to their areas which have been liberated from terrorism by the Syrian Arab army.

Most of the returnees were women and children who had experienced catastrophic conditions at the refugee camps, according to SANA reporter.

Authorities in Daraa sent an ambulance to provide medical services to those in need as well as several buses to transfer the families with their belongings to their permanent place of residence.

 Colonel Mazen Ghandour, head of the Nasib Immigration Center, told SANA that the number of the Syrian citizens who have returned through Nasib border crossing has reached 30337 since October, 2018.

Some of the returnees talked to SANA reporter about their happiness in returning home following years of displacement.They called on all other displaced Syrians to return as security has been restored to most Syrian areas.

Hamda Mustafa