Three Ukrainians with seven children released from Syrian refugee camp

Source : 112 Ukraine

Last year, almost 40 Ukrainians were found in the horrible conditions of the camp
17:58, 31 December 2020

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Nine Ukrainians – two women from Kremenchuk and Crimea and their seven children – were released from the closed refugee sites Roj, Syria as journalist Roman Bochkara reported on Facebook.

“A unique special operation on the evacuation is successfully finished! The silent mode is lifted. I report. Nine Ukrainian citizens released from the Syrian Roj camp. In the morning they were in Syria. Two women from Kremenchuk and Crimea. And their seven children. They should arrive in Ukraine,” Bochkara noted.

Besides, journalist Andriy Tsaplienko reported about the return of the Ukrainians home. The journalist noted that last year almost 40 Ukrainians stayed in the horrible conditions of the camp.

“I still cannot believe that they did it. But it happened. Thanks to long and difficult special operation Ukrainian women released from the Syrian camp. A year ago we have found almost 40 our compatriots and their children in the horrible conditions of the camp for the families of the ISIS terrorists – the most brutal organization of the radical Islam. The Ukrainians begged to return them home. And now we return them. Women are already in Iraq, where the Ukrainian aircraft is waiting for them,” the journalist reported.

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However, not all detained Ukrainians are released from the Syrian camps. According to Babel, Cherkasy citizen Inna Dobrovolska and other women from Al-Hawl refugee camp are still not released.

Currently, 17 Ukrainian women with 44 children stay at Al-Hawl refugee camp. They ask Ukraine to return them home because they are not involved in the ISIS crimes. The Foreign Ministry promised their relatives to return them to Ukraine until the end of 2020.

As we reported, Ukrainian political prisoner Oleksandr Shumkov, who was illegally imprisoned in correctional colony No. 4 in Tver Oblast (Russia), crossed the Russian-Ukrainian border.



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