In framework of the continued governmental efforts to pave the way for the return of the displaced, a new batch of displaced Syrians on Thursday returned through al-Taiha corridor in Manbej area in Aleppo northeastern countryside to their villages and towns which have been liberated from terrorism by the Syrian Arab Army.
SANA’s reporter in Aleppo said that since the early morning, al-Taiha corridor in Manbej area witnessed the return of tens of the displaced Syrians to their villages and towns which have been liberated from terrorism after the authorities concerned had taken all required measures and provided all the basic services to them to practice their normal life after years of displacement.
The reporter indicated that the authorities provided all the needs of the returnees, in addition to facilitating their safe arrival on board a number of buses paving the way for transporting them from al-Taiha corridor in Manbej area to their villages and towns.
The reporter added the authorities settled the legal status of a number of persons and provided all the required facilitations to them to be able to return to their normal life and to contribute to defending the homeland and rebuilding it.
A number of the returnees indicated that the victories achieved by the Syrian Arab Army and the liberation of most areas from terrorists have contributed to the return of the displaced to their villages and towns.
They added that the authorities concerned have also provided all the basic services in their areas which encouraged many of them to return and practice their normal life.
Source: News Agencies