NORTH AND EAST SYRIA — The U.S.-led International Coalition stated via Twitter that, alongside its partners, they are working with non-governmental organizations and local authorities to provide humanitarian assistance to Al-Hol Refugee Camp and organize the safe return of its residents to their communities. Al-Hol Camp is the largest camp in North and East Syria, and it hosts more than 60,000 people.
The Coalition indicated that the process of facilitating the return of displaced people to their areas will take place in cooperation and coordination with local Syrian tribes.
The Coalition also explained that since January 2020, about 7,000 people have left Al-Hol Camp and returned to their areas, noting that reintegrating these people into their communities is one of the priorities of the U.S.-led International Coalition.
.@Coalition partners work with NGOs and local authorities to provide humanitarian aid to Internally Displaced People in Syria’s Al-Houl camp and to manage their safe return to communities. Al-Houl is northeast Syria’s largest camp, hosting over 60,000 people. pic.twitter.com/Nds8BPekWm
— The Global Coalition (@coalition) June 1, 2021