Humanitarian catastrophe gets aggravated as nearly 110000 people forced to displace from both eastern and south-eastern Idlib countryside fleeing regime and Russians military operations amid Turkey's media solidarity • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Humanitarian catastrophe gets aggravated as nearly 110000 people forced to displace from both eastern and south-eastern Idlib countryside fleeing regime and Russians military operations amid Turkey’s media solidarity

Locals and residents of Saraqib area in the eastern countryside of Idlib and Maarrat Al-Nu’man area south-east of Idlib, still continuing to displace in the light of aggravated humanitarian catastrophe. Families flee to the unknown as some try to reach Afrin and some others head to the Syrian border with Iskenderun and towns and villages of the north Syria.

Camps became overcrowded and the rate of houses lease astronomically increased, amid absence of relevant organizations almost completely. All is coincided with a daily spike in number of displaced people who have been forced to flee against the background of military operations by the regime and the Russian “guarantor” represented by intense aerial and ground bombardment and ground offensives.

SOHR has documented that it rose to 110000, the number of people forced to displace since early December, from the eastern countryside of Maarrat Al-Nu’man (the villages from Um Jalal to Maasaran and from Maarrat Al-Nu’man to the vicinity of Abu Al-Duhur), in addition to towns and villages in Jabal Al-Zawiya south of Idlib city, and villages in the east of Saraqib town in the eastern sector of Idlib countryside.

It is noteworthy that about half of those people, displaced within the past eight days, at the time when the Turkish “guarantor” pays all attention to its interests in the area of north-east Syria and shows solidarity with the humanitarian catastrophe in Idlib only on media.

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