Orgs affairs' office: 300,000 person forced to flee their homes, international reports are inaccurate

 More than 300,000 people have been displaced from their homes following the Turkish offensive in northern and eastern Syria, and more than 86,000 students have been deprived of education, according to the Office for Humanitarian Affairs in NE Syria.

The statements of the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria came just recently during a press conference held at the headquarters of the Department of Foreign Relations in the city of Qamishlo, in the presence of the head of the Office of Humanitarian Affairs and representatives of the Kurdish Red Crescent.

"Since the beginning of the Turkish attacks on northern and eastern Syria, there has been a massive displacement of civilians from their cities and villages, numbering more than 300,000 people and depriving more than 86,000 students of education," the statement said. And keep them away from their schools. "

Abdul Khader Muwahed, head of the Office for Humanitarian Affairs in North and East of Syria, revealed that the reports issued by international organizations regarding the displaced people are inaccurate, pointing out that the rumors and allegations that the displaced returned to their homes after their occupation by Turkey and its mercenaries are incorrect.

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