Supported by "International Coalition" | Jaish Maghawer Al-Thawra repairs a well in 55th kilometer zone near Syrian-Iraqi-Jordanian border junction • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Supported by “International Coalition” | Jaish Maghawer Al-Thawra repairs a well in 55th kilometer zone near Syrian-Iraqi-Jordanian border junction

SOHR activists have reported that technical workshops have been working for two consecutive days on repairing Al-Khafya well in the 55th kilometer zone, which is 60 kilometers away from Al-Rukban camp.

According to reliable SOHR sources, Jaish Maghawer Al-Thawra brought new equipment, with the support of the “International Coalition”, including a pump, cables and an electric generator, to secure water for residents and their animal stock.

It is worth noting that regime checkpoints are five kilometers away from the site of the well.

On August 7, a delegation of the International Coalition forces stationed at Al-Tanaf base near Syria-Iraq-Jordan border triangle in a 55-kilometre zone visited Al-Daqqah area, 14 kilometres away from Al-Rukban camp, to inspect the living conditions of the displaced people. The delegation inspected the water well in Al-Daqqah and then left the area.