Displaced Syrian Families Return From Jordan Camps

Since the Nasib Border Crossing between Syria and Jordan reopened, a steady stream of displaced Syrians have used the crossing to return reports SANA.

SANA’s reporter in Daraa said that a new batch of displaced Syrian families returned from the refugee camps in Jordan through Nasib Border Crossing to their villages, which have been liberated from terrorism.

On Apr. 10, 2019, a batch of displaced Syrians returned from the refugee camps in Jordan and the concerned authorities in Daraa provided basic services to them to ensure their return to their home towns and villages.


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