Syrian IDP in the Hol camp return to their homes

The Autonomous Administration of northern and eastern Syria has reached a decision with the organizers of al-Hol camp to return the displaced persons who were in the camp to their homes starting on Saturday, according to the recommendations of the Syrian Clans' Forum held in Ain Issa.

A delegation of the Democratic Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria visited al-Hol camp, about 45 km north of al-Hasakah, to discuss the situation of displaced persons in the camp and to meet the results of the tribal forum held in April 3rd this year, where the clans called for returning the Syrian refugees who do not have relations to Daesh mercenaries to their liberated towns and villages.

The visiting delegation included the co-chair of the Democratic Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria Abdul Hamid al-Mehbash and Berivan Khalid, co-chairpersons Elizabeth Korea, Amina Osei, the head of the camps in northern and eastern Syria Sheikhamos Ahmed, and co-chair of al-Hasaka camps Magda Amin, manager of al-Hol camp Hamrin Hassan and the adviser of the camps in al-Jazeera region Rojhat Ali.

Based on of Clans' Forum recommendations, IDPs will return home

During the visit of the delegation to the camp, a lengthy meeting was held with the camp administration. The two parties came out with a decision to return children and women displaced from the north and east of Syria to their homes in response to the output of the Syrian clan forum held in Ain Issa area in the Euphrates region on May 3, where tribal leaders called to return the displaced after the cleaning of villages and towns by the Syrian Democratic Forces in the geographical area east of the Euphrates from Daesh mercenaries, and clean up the region from the remnants of war.

The two sides discussed the formula and the best way to return displaced women and children in the north and east of Syria to their homes after liberating them from mercenaries, especially the areas that have become fully safe as displaced areas of al-Raqqa, al-Tabqa, Deir ez-Zor.

At the meeting, the parties also made several proposals to expedite the return of displaced persons.

The meeting was then closed to the media for two continuous hours.

The decision to return the displaced will take effect on Saturday

On the outcomes of this meeting, the co-chair of the Democratic Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria Berivan Khalid said: "Based on the outcomes of the Syrian Clans' Forum, we visited the camp and held a lengthy meeting with the management of the camp to return the displaced children and women from northern and eastern Syria to their homes on the bail of tribal sheikhs after completing security procedures."

She noted that the decision will take effect on Saturday after completion of the procedures.

J.O

ANHA


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