A new batch of citizens return from camps in Jordan
A new batch of returnees returned Wednesday from refugee camps in Jordan through Nassib-Jaber border crossing with Jordan to their towns and villages liberated by the Syrian Arab Army from terrorism.
The local reporter from the border crossing said that a number of families that include tens of members, most of whom are women and children, returned today to the homeland and they will be transported to their homes in the areas liberated from terrorism.
Head of the Immigration and Passports Center at the crossing, Col. Mazen Ghandour mentioned in a statement that the number of people who have returned back home since the opening of Nassib crossing in last October until today has reached 12400 citizens.
By :Suhad Alaawar