Dozens of displaced families return to their homes in Khan Sheikhoun after services are secured for them

Dozens  of families who were displaced by terrorism returned today to their homes in the city of Khan Sheikhoun in Idlib countryside as a first batch after securing basic services for them, as part of the government's efforts to restore life to cities and towns freed from terrorism in the province.

Fadi Saadoun, who is in charge of the tasks of Idlib Governor, stated in a statement to SANA reporter that the governorate  seeks to restore life to all liberated villages and towns in Idlib countryside so that people can return to the lives they enjoyed before terrorism struck and return to their economic and agricultural activities. He stated that the first batch of returnees consisting of 50 families includes about 200 citizens, referring to the efforts exerted to ensure the  stability in the city as well as  the necessary infrastructure, such as water networks and government headquarters, in addition to coordination with the Syrian Arab Red Crescent to support these families.


Saadoun pointed out that "preparations are under way for the return of the second batch of the city's residents, amounting to 2000 people, especially with the availability of basic and necessary services for their lives."

The General Command of the Army and the Armed Forces announced last August that the city of Khan Sheikhoun in the southern Idlib countryside and dozens of villages and towns in the northern Hama countryside had been cleared of terrorism.

Inas Abdulkareem