Damascus Countryside, SANA- Hundreds of displaced Syrians on Thursday returned from Lebanon through the border crossings of al-Dabbousyia, al-Zamrani and Jdeidet Yabous to their villages and towns which had been liberated from terrorism by the Syrian Arab army.
The return of the displaced came after 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’s reporters from the three border crossings said that Syrian buses entered the crossings of al-Dabbousyia, al-Zamrani and Jdeidet Yabous coming from the Lebanese territories with hundreds of Syrian citizens on board who were displaced by the terrorist organizations from their homes in the countryside of Homs, Damascus and Hama.
In western Qalamoun, SANA’s reporter at al-Zamrani crossing said that scores of private cars and trucks entered the crossing coming from the Lebanese territories with hundreds of the displaced on board who are heading for their villages and towns which had been liberated from terrorism.
Meanwhile, SANA’s reporter at al-Dabbousyia crossing in Homs Countryside said that three buses carrying hundreds of displaced Syrians on board on Thursday morning arrived in the crossing as they were transported to their villages and towns in the countryside of Damascus, Homs and Hama which had been liberated from terrorism by the Syrian Arab Army.
SANA’s reporter at Jdeidet Yabous crossing in Damascus Countryside said that hundreds of displaced Syrians returned from Lebanon to the crossing on board Syrian buses which earlier entered Lebanon to transport them to their houses in their villages and towns after restoring the basic services to them by the authorities concerned in the province.
The reporters pointed out that medical staffs and teams affiliated to the Health Ministry and its directorates in the provinces provided the required health services to the returnees, particularly the anti-polio vaccines and the required vaccines to the children according to their ages.
The returnees affirmed that they had been forced to leave their homes fleeing from the crimes of the terrorists who practiced all acts of killing and destruction, thanking the Syrian Arab Army for its sacrifices and heroism which liberated their villages and towns and allowed them to return to the homeland after years of displacement.
They asserted determination to contribute to the reconstruction side by side with the governmental bodies to rebuild and restore what has been destroyed at the hands of the terrorist organizations.
They indicated that there are large numbers of the displaced Syrians who are willing to return to their villages and that they are waiting for finishing the required measures to return from the Lebanese territories over the next few months.
Last Thursday, hundreds of displaced Syrians returned from Lebanon via the border crossings of Jdeidet Yabous and al-Dabbousyia to their villages and towns which had been liberated from terrorism by the Syrian Arab Army.