((Pictures)) A new camp in the west of Al-Hasakah city accommodates tens of families who have been forced to displace from their areas due to the Turkish military operation
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the establishment of a new camp in Al-Twinah village west of Al-Hasakah city.
The camp includes 10 large tents accommodating nearly 50 families from the displaced people of Ras Al-Ayn (Sere Kaniye) and Tal Tamr, of those who have been forced to displace from their areas due to the Turkish military operation.
SOHR published yesterday that it learned that “al-Raqqah Civil Council” is moving the remaining tents in Ayn Issa camp north of the al-Raqqah city, in order to establish a new camp for displaced people, against the backdrop of the “Peace Spring” operation in Tal al-Samn village, without the support of any of the international organizations concerned with the humanitarian aspect, despite the difficult conditions of the displaced people especially as winter comes, where the support is limited to local organizations, while sources told the Syrian Observatory that the organizations began gradually to return to the area in order to complete their work there, and in the same context, the Syrian Observatory learned that local parties are working on establishing a new camp in al-Hasakah area, to house the displaced people of Ras al-Ayn (Sari Kani) city, despite the limited possibilities as well, where what is known as “mayor of Al-Hasakah” is refusing to help and prevents the UN from providing help, and in Darbasiyah town: sources in the town told the Syrian Observatory that the citizens are gradual returning to the town amid a gradual return for the movement of the markets.
Lens of SOHR monitors the new camp that has been established in Al-Twinah village west of Al-Hasakah city, where the small camp accommodates nearly 50 families of those who have been forced to displace from Ras Al-Ayn (Sere Kaniye) and Tal Tamr due to the Turkish military operation.