On Tuesday, a number of displaced families returned via the Abou al-Dohor corridor to their villages in the countryside of Aleppo, Idleb, and Hama, which were declared free from terrorism by the Syrian Arab Army.
SANA’s reporter at the corridor said that authorities received the returning families and provided them with food, relief aid, and medical services, in addition to facilitating measures to ensure that all returnees reach their villages to resume their normal lives.
The returning families are coming from areas in the city of Idleb and its countryside, where terrorist organizations are positioned, bringing with them their agricultural equipment and possessions.
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