Southforward.com – The successful ceasefire between Syrian rebels with Russia in Daraa has made thousands of Syrian refugees return to the city.
Quoted from the BBC on Saturday (7/7/2018), There are at least thousands of people who returned to Daraa Province after the announcement of the ceasefire was successful.
Head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Rami ABdel Rahman said the current situation in the Daraa region is now getting calmer and improving because of the ceasefire.
“The tranquil situation blanketed the region when both sides completed a ceasefire agreement,” he said.
He also said more than 20,000 Syrian refugees had returned to Daraa since the peace announcement.
“People have started returning to their homes since yesterday, taking advantage of the calm, more than 20,000 people have returned home so far, to areas where an agreement has been reached in the countryside southeast of Southeast Daraa. afraid to return to regime-controlled areas, fearing their children will be arrested, “he continued.
Most refugees fled to Jordan because of wars in the region.