On Tuesday, hundreds of displaced Syrians returned from Lebanon to their villages and towns which had been liberated from terrorism by the Syrian Arab Army, via the Jdeidet Yabous and al-Zamrani crossings in Damascus Countryside and the al-Dabbousyia and Jussyia crossings in the Homs countryside. These returns came in framework of the efforts exerted by the Syrian state for the return of all the displaced to their homeland.
SANA’s correspondents said that tens of Syrian buses and trucks laden with luggage arrived from the Lebanese territories with hundreds of Syrian citizens on board.
The returnees had been displaced from their homes in the countrysides of Homs, Damascus and other areas by terrorist organizations.
SANA’s correspondent at the al-Dabbousyia crossing in the Homs countryside said that a number of buses with hundreds of Syrian citizens on board arrived at the crossing and they were transported to their villages and towns after receiving the required health services, particularly vaccines for the children.
Meanwhile SANA’s correspondent at the Jdeidet Yabous crossing in Damascus Countryside said that hundreds of displaced Syrians returned from Lebanon via the crossing on board buses and they have been accompanied by trucks laden with the luggage of the returnees.
The correspondent added that the returnees will be transported to their towns and villages after the restoration of basic services by the bodies concerned in the province.
In the western Qalamoun area in Damascus Countryside, SANA’s correspondent at the al-Zamrani crossing said that tens of private cars and trucks have entered from the Lebanese territories.
A number of the returnees expressed thanks to the Syrian Arab Army for its sacrifices and heroism, which have resulted in the liberation of their villages and towns from terrorism, paving the way for their return to their homeland after years of displacement.
They indicated that the return of the basic services to their areas has encouraged them to return and to practice their normal way of life.
The returnees added that there are a large numbers of displaced Syrians who are willing to return to their villages and towns once security and stability has been restored to them.
Over the past two years, tens of batches of the displaced Syrians have returned from Lebanon via the Jdeidet Yabous, al-Dabbousyia, Jussyia and al-Zamrani crossings to their villages and towns, which have been liberated from terrorism by the Syrian Arab Army.
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