Hundreds of displaced families return to their homes in northern Hama

HAMA, Jul. 19 (MNA) – Families who were forced to leave their villlages in the northern countryside of Hama due to terrorists acts started to return to their homes after the Syrian Arab Army have restored security and stability to those areas.

SANA reporter in Hama said that hundreds of families have returned to their homes in the towns and villages of Souran, Tibet al-Imam, Maardes, Kawkab and Maan which they were forced to leave fleeing the terrorists.

During an inspection visit to the villages, Hama Governor Mohammad al-Hazzouri said that all the service establishments in the Governorate have been instructed to provide the basic needs of the people within a maximum period of 48 hours in order to help the people return to their homes and to their normal lives.

In a relevant context, the Governor discussed with the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) office in Homs and Hama and the accompanying delegation the fields of cooperation between the two sides and ways to improve them.


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