Damascus Countryside, SANA- Hundreds of displaced Syrians on Monday returned to their villages and towns which have been liberated from terrorism by the Syrian Arab Army through the crossings of al-Dabbousyia, al-Zamrani and Jdeidet Yabous in framework of the joint efforts exerted by the Syrian government in cooperation with the Lebanese side for the return of all the displaced to the homeland.
SANA reporters at the crossings said that tens of buses entered the border crossings of al-Dabbousyia, al-Zamrani and Jdeidet Yabous coming from Lebanon with hundreds of Syrian citizens on board who have been displaced by the terrorist organizations which forced them to leave their homes in the countryside of Homs, Damascus, Hama and Aleppo.
SANA reporter at al-Dabbousyia crossing in Homs Countryside said that several buses with hundreds of Syrian citizens on board arrived in the crossing as they were transported to their towns and villages in the city of Homs, al-Rastan, Talbisa, Talkalakh and the countryside of Hama and Aleppo after providing the required health services to them, particularly the anti-polio vaccines for children and other vaccines.
SANA reporter at Jdeidet Yabous crossing in Damascus Countryside said that hundreds of the displaced Syrians arrived in the crossing on board buses that earlier entered to transport them to their houses in their villages and towns after restoring the basic services to them by the bodies concerned in the province.
In al-Qalamoun area in Damascus western countryside, SANA reporter at al-Zamrani border crossing said that scores of the private cars and trucks entered through the crossing coming from the Lebanese territories with hundreds of the displaced on board who are heading for their villages and towns which have been liberated from terrorism.
A number of the returnees through the three border crossings expressed thanks to the heroism and the sacrifices of the Syrian Arab Army which liberated their villages and towns from terrorism paving the way for them to return to the homeland.
The returnees indicated that there are large numbers of the displaced Syrians who are willing to return to their villages and towns after restoring security and stability to them and they are waiting for finishing the required measures for that.