On Friday, Girê Spî displaced camp received 11 families who were forcibly displaced as a result of attacks launched by the Turkish occupation army and mercenaries on their areas.
The displaced people were received by the co-chair of the Girê Spî / Tel Abyad canton Hamdan Al Abed, the camp’s committee which consists of 5 administrators, as well as the members of the councils of Ali Bajliya town and Silok district of Girê Spî in addition to dozens of parents and members of civil institutions.
The camp was established by the Girê Spî / Tel Abyad Canton Council in cooperation with al-Raqqa Civil Council and the Autonomous Administration (AA) of North and East Syria.
The camp, which opened today for the displaced, includes 100 tents built as a preliminary stage until the completion of the camp. The second phase is scheduled to continue with establishing another 500 tents.
The 100 tents were provided with sponges and blankets to welcome the people of the town of Girê Spî / Tel Abyad and its countryside.
The camp includes a kitchen where meals are provided to the displaced, and food is distributed by the canton’s council and the administration of northern and eastern Syria.
It is worth mentioning that the number of displaced people in Girê Spî / Tel Abyad city and its countryside located in al-Raqqa and its countryside in the town of Heishah is 30 thousand displaced people, while the canton’s council is working on statistics to prepare the displaced people in Sareen, Kobanê, al-Tabqa and other cities to provide assistance and support to them .
The Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries of Jabhet al-Nusra and ISIS launched attacks on northeastern Syria in October 9, in particular the cities of Serêkaniyê and Girê Spî, forcing the people of Girê Spî to displace to Kobanê.