The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

For “holding expired identity papers” | Turkish authorities deport nearly 80 Syrian refugees towards the Syrian north

The Turkish authorities deported 77 Syrian refugees from Turkey towards Syrian territory for “holding expired identity papers”, from “Salim Basha” Centre towards Bab Al-Hawa crossing on borders between Syria and Turkey towards the Syrian north.

On June 2, Turkish authorities forcibly deported nearly 100 Syrian refugees from Turkish territory towards northern Syrian through Bab Al-Hawa border crossing in northern Idlib countryside, to settle them in the so-called “safe zone” within areas controlled by Turkish forces and their proxies.
It is worth noting that the forcibly deported refugees were carrying the temporary protection cards “Kimlik.”

Turkish authorities continue their violations against Syrian refugees within Turkish territory, where forcible deportation operations area continued, despite the security chaos within areas controlled by Turkish forces and their proxies and the deteriorating living conditions, high prices and the lack of humanitarian aid.