La ACNUR, la Agencia de Refugiados de la ONU, ve una tendencia notable de refugiados que vuelven a sus hogares desde dentro y desde fuera de Siria en el 2017.

ACNUR publicó un nuevo informe afirmando que “más de 440.000 personas internamente desplazadas han regresado a sus hogares en Siria durante los primeros seis meses de este año.” ACNUR también “ha supervisado a más de 31.000 refugiados sirios que regresan de países vecinos hasta ahora en 2017. Desde 2015, unos 260.000 refugiados han regresado a Siria, principalmente desde Turquía”.

La seguridad existente en las mayores ciudades del país (Damasco, Alepo, Homs, Latakia, Tartús) ha sido un factor clave para el regreso de los refugiados. Es notable destacar que todas estas ciudades están controladas por el Ejército Árabe Sirio.

Por último ACNUR denuncia que de los 304 millones de dólares estadounidenses solicitados para ayudar a los desplazados internos dentro de Siria se ha recibido tan solo un 33%, lo que se traduce en un empobrecimiento del nivel de vida de incontables familias.

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