Washokani administrator: Continued exodus from occupied areas, refugees demand international guarantees of return

Fayez Ibrahim, an administrator in Washokani camp, said that the wave of displacement from the Turkish-occupied areas and their mercenaries from Daesh and Jabhat al-Nusra is still continuing, noting that the displaced are demanding international guarantees of return.

 Most of the displaced people were forced to leave their homes because of the bombing of the Turkish occupation and mercenaries to their areas, in addition to their practices and violations against the people of that region.

IDPs went to the city of al-Hasakah and its countryside, and the Autonomous Administration allocated schools for the displaced to accommodate them, in addition to the opening of Washokani camp, which is located 12 km west of the city of al-Hasakah.

In the context of the wave of displacement, the administrator in Washokani camp, Fayez Ibrahim, said that the camp now houses 34 families, including 1,349 displaced people, every day, about 20 families come to the camp from the town of Serêkaniyê and its countryside, and the countryside of Zarkan and Tal Tamr.



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