A new batch of displaced Syrians in Lebanon returned to their villages and towns via the border crossings of al-Dabbousia and Jdeidet Yabous. The return of the refugees from Lebanon was a joint effort, exerted by the Syrian government in cooperation with the Lebanese side.
SANA’s reporter at the al-Dabbousia border crossing in the western countryside of Homs Province said that 11 buses holding hundreds of displaced Syrians passed the crossing from the Lebanese territories, where they were then transported to their towns and villages in the Damascus countryside, Homs, Aleppo, Hama, Deir-ez-Zor and Damascus provinces.
The reporter clarified that medical teams from the Homs Health Directorate provided medical services to the returnees at the al-Dabbousia border crossing, particularly the polio vaccine and other vaccines for children according to their age.
Many of the returnees thanked the Syrian Arab Army for its bravery and the sacrifices it made to liberate their towns and villages from terrorism, while also thanking the governmental institutions that are restoring basic services to the liberated areas.
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