Added time: 12 June 2014, Thursday 17:00
Recently 785 immigrants returned to Rojava
Last two days since South Kurdistan government opened the Sêmalka border, 785 migrants from Rojava have returned to their homes.
Immigrants who had left Rojava and taken refuge in South Kurdistan began to return after officials there opened the Sêmalka border on Tuesday.
It is reported that 335 people crossed the border yesterday after 450 crossed on Tuesday.
The return of migrants to Rojava is expected to continue in the coming days.
There are still around 665 families waiting in South to come back.
A new agreement was signed between South and West Kurdistan for the passes of the immigrants and diplomatic delegations.