Hundreds of displaced families on Sunday returned to their houses in al-Qusair city in Homs western countryside, which had been liberated from terrorism by the Syrian Arab Army.
Speaking to SANA reporter the returnees expressed their happiness over the restoration of security and stability to al-Qusair city after eliminating terrorism thanks to sacrifices and heroism of the Syrian Arab Army.
Homs Governor Talal al-Barazi told the journalists that the turning back of the first batch of the locals to al-Qusair comes within the state's plan for the return of the locals to the areas liberated from terrorism just like many areas in Homs province such as Tadmour(Palmyra), al-Houla, and al-Waer neighborhood where the areas were provided with all basic and logistical supplies and requirements, mainly education and health, in coordination with the administrative units, and al-Qusair City Council.
He stressed "the importance of al-Qusair as an important economic pole for the region and its surroundings and an important commercial center due to its proximity to the Lebanese border."
Source: National News Agency