Al-Hol Camp on the basis of the decision reached by Autonomous Administration with the camp administration on the return of the people to homes from the northern regions of the country, and eastern Syria most of them are women and children who wish to return home.
On the registration process and the preparation of the families who registered to return them to their cities and villages in the cities of al-Raqqa and Tabqa, the co-chair of the camps of Al-Hasakah Majda Amin said in a telephone call to ANHA agency that "the doors of the registration offices are open to the people of the cities of al-Raqqa and al-Tabqa, This week, our offices registered 410 families from these two cities. We are currently working on the first batch of those wishing to return on Thursday in the 30th of this month. "
The decision to repatriate displaced persons from northern and eastern Syria to women and children was made on the basis of the visit by the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria to al-Hol Camp on Thursday, May 23, which was based on the results of the clan forum held in Ain Issa to discuss the issue of the return of displaced women and children to their homes .
The tribal leaders described the move as a positive step towards the return of displaced people to their homes, stressing that it is a sign of tolerance and love among the region's components. They also hailed the decision to give Syrian displaced people and Iraqi a new life.