Syrian Observatory accuses Turkish authorities of housing the displaced from Ghouta in Afrin

SYRIA (OBSERVATORY) – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, based in Britain, said that the Turkish authorities transferred more than 150 families of the displaced people of the eastern Ghouta and settled in the area of ​​Afrin, where they were housed in houses whose residents had been abandoned by the attack by the Turkish forces and the Syrian opposition factions participating in Operation.

The Observatory added that many of the residents of Ghouta in East Damascus refused to be settled in Afrin, citing this rejection that they themselves reject any demographic change deliberately by the forces of the regime and Russia in the areas they left.