A number of displaced Syrians returned from camps in Jordan using the Nasib Border Crossing, in the southeastern countryside of the southern province of Daraa.
After arriving via the crossing on Tuesday, the families were transported to their homes in the areas liberated from terrorism.
The reporter noted that the authorities in the Governorate provided the returnees with buses to transport them to their towns and villages after they registered at the Immigration and Passports Department at the crossing, and that medical services were provided to those who were in need.
Since its reopening last October, thousands of displaced Syrians have returned, including hundreds of young people who had their legal status settled.
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