المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Tens of thousands of displaced people suffer from deteriorating humanitarian conditions amid bad weather in Idlib

The pace of Regime and Russian aerial operations greatly reduced due to the poor weather conditions. However, locals in Saraqib and its countryside, in particular the conflict zones in Idlib countryside, continue to displace for fear of the return of flareup when weather gets better.

SOHR has documented the displacement of more than 60000 civilians during the past five days.

As mass displacement continues, it rose to 170,000, 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 two thirds of those people, displaced during the period from Tuesday, December 17, until today.

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