Syrian plane brings back 250 Syrians stranded in Egypt

Damascus (ST): A plane affiliated to the Syrian Arab airlines arrived in Damascus International Airport with 250 Syrians on board  coming from Egypt within the framework of the government efforts to bring back the Syrians stranded abroad.

Upon their arrival, the passengers conducted the PCR test and in light of the result of the test they will be allowed to return to their homes.

Ministry of Transport operates two flights to evacuate Syrian citizens from Egypt and Kuwait

Damascus, (ST) - The Ministry of Transport announced that it would operate two flights (Syrian Airlines) to evacuate Syrian citizens from Egypt on Thursday tomorrow and from Kuwait on  4 September to Damascus International Airport, in the light of the government efforts to return Syrians stranded abroad due to the spread of the Corona epidemic.

In a statement, that SANA received a copy of،the ministry indicated the dates of departure from Damascus International Airport and arrival at Cairo and Kuwait airports, as well as arrival dates at Damascus International Airport.

On the twenty-third of this month, the Ministry of Transport conducted a flight to transport 150 Syrian nationals in Doha, as part of the government's efforts to return Syrians stranded abroad.

Archbishop Khoury launches a global call to end the crime of the Turkish regime against the city of Hasaka

The Metropolitan of Our Lady of Paradise of the Melkite Roman Catholics in Brazil, Archbishop George Khoury, issued a worldwide call today to exert all possible efforts to end the ongoing crime committed by the Turkish regime against the city of Hasaka by cutting off water from it.

The appeal was  titled “Together for Al-Hasakah, is a global call. Save al-Hasakah.”

Metropolitan Khoury criticized the world's silence about what is happening in the city of Hasakah, asking “How long will human rights organizations remain submissive and complicit with the decisions of countries that do not know what the meaning of humanity is.”

Ministry of Transport operates three flights to evacuate Syrian citizens from Egypt, the Emirates and Kuwait

The Ministry of Transport announced that it would operate three flights to evacuate Syrian citizens from Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait, calling on citizens wishing to return to immediately contact the embassies of the Syrian Arab Republic in these countries and to register their request to return to Syria.

The ministry said in a statement today that the Syrian Airlines is currently working to program and operate three flights to evacuate Syrian citizens from Cairo, Sharjah and Kuwait.

The first plane carrying 150 Syrians arrives at Damascus International Airport from Doha

A (Syrian Airlines) plane carrying 150 Syrians arrived on Sunday at Damascus International Airport from Doha airport as part of the  government efforts to repatriate Syrians stranded abroad.

Dr. Khuzama Zureik, head of the health center at Damascus International Airport, indicated in a statement to SANA that upon the arrival of the passengers, the medical team recorded their data and measured their temperatures to ensure that there were no apparent symptoms, pointing out that they would be transported directly by buses to the Ebla Sham Hotel in Damascus.