On Wednesday, hundreds of displaced families returned to their homes in al-Qusair town in Homs’ countryside after the houses and the service institutions in the town were rehabilitated, as part of the framework of the efforts exerted by the state for facilitating the return of the displaced to their areas, which had been liberated from terrorism and for enabling them to restore normal life.
SANA’s reporter said that 1,800 persons headed back to al-Qusair town after infrastructure and services, including electricity, water and sanitation, had been rehabilitated to ensure appropriate accommodation conditions for the locals there.
The reporter indicated that some 2,000 persons are scheduled to return back to their houses in al-Qusair town on Thursday.
Speaking to SANA, the head of al-Qusair’s City Council, Abdul Kafi al-Khatib said that al-Qusair has witnessed today the return of the second batch of its locals, noting that the number of returnees has reached 3,600 along with the rehabilitation of the infrastructure and services in the town.
On Jul. 7, 2019, the first batch of tens of displaced families returned to their houses in al-Qusair town.
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