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A plane carrying 197 Syrian citizens stranded abroad arrives from the Sultanate of Oman

2020-09-24T17:47:54.646Z

Damascus-SANA The Ministry of Transport announced the arrival of a plane belonging to Damascus-Sana The Ministry of Transport announced that a plane belonging to the "Syrian Airlines" arrived at Damascus International Airport today, coming from the Sultanate of Oman, carrying 197 Syrian citizens, as part of government efforts to return Syrians stranded abroad due to the Corona pandemic. A similar plane came from Sharjah Airport in the UAE and arrived at Damascus International Air



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The Ministry of Transport announced that a plane belonging to the "Syrian Airlines" arrived at Damascus International Airport today, coming from the Sultanate of Oman, carrying 197 Syrian citizens, as part of government efforts to return Syrians stranded abroad due to the Corona pandemic.

A similar plane came from Sharjah Airport in the UAE and arrived at Damascus International Airport the day before yesterday, carrying 188 citizens.

Within this framework, the Ministry of Interior called on the 16th of last August for Syrian citizens wishing to return to contact with the embassies in “Cairo, Muscat, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Amman, Kuwait, Khartoum, Manama, Moscow, Algeria and Baghdad” to register a request for their desire to return to Syria so that the special government team can prepare a program for Syrian trips Aviation is part of the government's effort to return Syrian citizens from abroad.

Since the fourth of last May, Syrian Airlines began operating flights to evacuate Syrian nationals who wish to return from countries of the world to Syria, according to lists registered through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and expatriates at embassies and diplomatic missions.

Source: sena

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