Under the pretext of investment, the Syrian regime confiscates the lands of the displaced and refugees in Idlib

Under the pretext of investment, the Syrian regime confiscates the lands of the displaced and refugees in Idlib The Syrian regime’s Ministry of Agriculture has confiscated lands in regime-controlled areas in Idlib countryside, in the north of the country, owned by displaced citizens and refugees who left their towns and villages after the regime took control of them.  The Syrian regime confiscated agricultural lands in its areas of control in Idlib countryside in the north of the country, which belong to displaced citizens and refugees who left their towns and villages after the regime took control of them.  The confiscation took place under the name of “investment,” as the regime’s Ministry of Agriculture cultivates the land and reaps its revenues.  Al-Watan newspaper quoted the regime-appointed governor of Idlib, Thaer Salhab, as saying: "The lands that are offered for investment are the lands of the hidden ones in the north."  Salhab stipulated, according to the pro-regime newspaper, "the return of the displaced person and the settlement of his status by the regime in order to return the land that was given for investment," as he put it.  Idlib governorate fell out of the regime’s control in 2015, but the regime was able, as of 2017, to recapture dozens of villages and towns in the governorate with Russian-Iranian support, despite the Astana agreements that defined the governorate as a de-escalation zone.  The regime has previously confiscated property and lands of the opposition, the displaced, and refugees in many areas under its control.

The Syrian regime’s Ministry of Agriculture has confiscated lands in regime-controlled areas in Idlib countryside, in the north of the country, owned by displaced citizens and refugees who left their towns and villages after the regime took control of them.

The Syrian regime confiscated agricultural lands in its areas of control in Idlib countryside in the north of the country, which belong to displaced citizens and refugees who left their towns and villages after the regime took control of them.

The confiscation took place under the name of “investment,” as the regime’s Ministry of Agriculture cultivates the land and reaps its revenues.

Al-Watan newspaper quoted the regime-appointed governor of Idlib, Thaer Salhab, as saying: "The lands that are offered for investment are the lands of the hidden ones in the north."

Salhab stipulated, according to the pro-regime newspaper, "the return of the displaced person and the settlement of his status by the regime in order to return the land that was given for investment," as he put it.

Idlib governorate fell out of the regime’s control in 2015, but the regime was able, as of 2017, to recapture dozens of villages and towns in the governorate with Russian-Iranian support, despite the Astana agreements that defined the governorate as a de-escalation zone.

The regime has previously confiscated property and lands of the opposition, the displaced, and refugees in many areas under its control.
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