More than 63,000 residents of the Syrian East Ghouta returned to their homes from refugee camps , Major-General Yury Yevtushenko, the head of the Russian center for reconciliation of warring parties in Syria, said at a briefing.
Yevtushenko also said that work on normalizing the situation continues in East Kalamun. “To prevent provocation, ensure the safety of civilians and maintain law and order, units of the Russian military police patrol in the settlements of Rugeiba, Jerud and Nasriya,” he said.
“Over the past day, under the control of the Center for the reconciliation of warring parties and units of the Russian military police, 1,871 people settled their status,” Yevtushenko stressed.
In addition, Yevtushenko said that the center for reconciliation provided humanitarian assistance to civilians in the village of Job-Safa in Damascus, with two tonnes of food transferred.