New strangers including Iraqis settled in occupied Girê Spi
Today, the Turkish occupation authorities forcibly deported a new batch of Syrian refugees towards the occupied Girê Spi province, including 3 Iraqis, in preparation for their resettlement in the Syrian areas.
A local source from the occupied Girê Spi province reported that the Turkish occupation authorities handed over 80 forcibly deported to its mercenaries through the border gate, including 3 Iraqis, in preparation for their resettlement in the homes of the forcibly displaced.
With the entry of this batch, the number of deportees during the current month and those resettled in the province rises to 3,065 people, which is the largest batch of deportees in one month, since the beginning of deportation and resettlement in the occupied Girê Spi province.
While the number of Iraqis who entered the occupied Girê Spi province during the last three months increased to 44 Iraqis.
ANHA agency documented the entry of 25 Iraqis in two batches, and during the current month 19 Iraqis in two batches as well.
Dozens of families of ISIS mercenaries who fled from Ain Issa camp during the Turkish occupation of Girê Spi province in 2019 live in the occupied province, after the Turkish occupier embraced them and housed them in the homes of forcibly displaced people.
Thus, the number of deportees to the occupied Girê Spi province since the announcement by Turkish officials in early April of last year has reached 27,865 people.