Areas east of Euphrates witness the return of displaced people to their towns and villages after the Russian – Turkish agreement • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Areas east of Euphrates witness the return of displaced people to their towns and villages after the Russian – Turkish agreement

Several areas east of Euphrates are witnessing the return of displaced people to their areas after the Russian – Turkish agreement yesterday, after they were forced to get out of their areas against the backdrop of the Turkish military “Peace Spring” operation, where civilians continue their return to Darbasiyah and its countryside and Amuda amid the return of movement to the markets partially, while al-Raqqah city is witnesses a relatively comfort with the Russian – Turkish agreement, in conjunction with the presence of a large number of displaced people in the city as well as the return of service centers and facilities to work, while most of the schools in Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) and its countryside are still sheltering displaced people from other areas, and in Malkiyyeh city the cautious calm prevails and forces of the coalition are still in the city within their bases there, but a state of fear prevails among the people in Malkiyyeh of Turkey’s progress with the factions loyal to them and their control of the city.

The Syrian Observatory published yesterday that a partial return of life in Darbasiyah city after the Russian – Turkish agreement about the east Euphrates area, and according to sources of the Syrian Observatory: life has partially returned to the city market and the movement of cars partly started to return to normal, while several displaced people continue to return to their homes, amid cautious calm ahead of the implementation of the agreement between Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Lens of the Syrian Observatory from al-Darbasiyah monitors the gradual return of market movement, as civilians continue to return to their areas after being forced by the Turkish military operation to leave

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