Hundreds of displaced Syrians have returned home in al-Waer, a district in the central province of Homs, due to lack of basic facilities in their temporary camps, a report said.
Homs Governor Talal al-Barazi said that 14 buses carrying about 150 families arrived in al-Waer on Tuesday after leaving Jarabulus, located in Aleppo, SANA reported.
The Syrian families had earlier left al-Waer neighborhood as part of a reconciliation agreement between the government and opposition in May.
Al-Barazi added that arrangements are underway to ensure that all displaced Syrians can return to their neighborhoods in al-Waer.
The government has concluded a number of similar evacuation deals in the past few months to further bring back security and stability to the Arab country. Such agreements have already brought about the evacuation of nearby Barzeh and Tishrin districts earlier in the week.
The foreign-backed militancy began in 2011, featuring proxy fighting in Syria on behalf of regional and extra-regional countries, such as the United States, Qatar, and Turkey.
While the militancy has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives among civilians and forced million-strong internal and external displacements, the militants complain that Damascus is trying to bring about demographic changes in the Arab country by concluding evacuation or reconciliation deals. The authorities reject the claim.