On Wednesday, a new batch of displaced Syrians returned from the refugee camps in Jordan, via the Nasib border crossing, to their permanent residence in Daraa, which was liberated by the Syrian Arab Army.
SANA’s reporter said that the concerned authorities provided everything required by the returnees, including transportation and and medical services to those in need.
The head of the Immigration and Passports Center at the crossing, Col. Mazen Ghandour, told SANA that the number of people who have returned since the Nasib border crossing reopened last October until today has reached 28,000 citizens, using temporary passage tickets.
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