1,500 refugees reached Afrin


AFRIN – More than 1,500 civilians reached Afrin region on Wednesday morning after camps have been opened to shelter them by Democratic Autonomous Administration (DAA) in Afrin region.EFRIN-KOJBIR ‫(1)‬

Afrin region is considered one of the areas that the refugees head to because of intensifying battles in their areas. The DAA opened camps for receiving refugees in Afrin and al-Shahba camps.

450 families reaching 1,500 members arrived at Afrin canton crossing Qatma village corridor in Shara district on Wednesday.

One of the refugees said to Hawar news agency without disclosing their name or showing his pictures that the pressure has been increased on the area’s people by the Turkish occupation army’s mercenaries during the last period, and the mercenaries are bombarding al-Shahba area villages in addition to looting their homes and raping their women.  EFRIN-KOJBIR ‫(127730177)‬ ‫‬

Furthermore, one of the refugees stated “the Turkish occupation army’s practices oblige them to displace from their homes especially after they intensified their existence in Azaz, al-Bab and Jarablos areas.

Another refugee from Deir ez-Zor who also refused to disclose his name said “IS mercenaries imposed recruiting young men in Deir ez-Zor areas so we headed towards Afrin region”.

The refugees pass through difficult conditions till reaching the corridor in Afrin canton as the children are holding heavy things, and most of the refugees are women and children.

The supervisor on Qatma corridor east of the canton Jamal Hilal stated that they as Asayîş Forces in Afrin canton provide the refugees with support and help whenever they reach the corridor, and also the forces strive at insuring transportation for them to take them to the areas they intend to go out of the region or the camps in the region.



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source: ANHA

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