Syrians in Turkey returns willingly to their home nation
(MENAFN) Syrians living in Turkey in momentary security are being deported.
Following Turkey's anti-terror procedures through its border in northern Syria, the founding of harmless regions and maintainable public facilities, mainly education and health, have made it promising for Syrians to return.
6 years ago, Ankara has begun a trio of effective anti-terror procedures through its border in northern Syria to stop the formation of a terror corridor and allow the peaceful payment of inhabitants: Euphrates Shield (2016), Olive Branch (2018), and Peace Spring (2019).
From the time when Operation Euphrates Shield started, almost 500,000 Syrians have gone back to their motherland.
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