Hundreds of Terrorists, Relatives Withdraw from Aleppo as Civilians Evacuated from Foua, Kefraya

20 buses transport militants and their families from Aleppo's eastern neighborhoods to the province's southwest, as civilians from Kefraya and Foua arrived to the Ramousa crossing

More families and humanitarian cases from the towns of Kefraya and Foua arrived to the Ramousa crossing in south Aleppo, as hundreds of terrorists and their families from the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo city were transported to the Rashideen area in the southwestern countryside of the province.

SANA’s reporter in Aleppo said that four buses and two ambulances affiliated to the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) transporting wounded, as well as women and children from Foua and Kefraya arrived to the crossing before being transferred to the temporary housing center in Jibrin.

The reporter added that 20 buses transported a new batch of terrorists and their families from the neighborhoods of Zabdia, Mashhad, Salaheddin and Al-Ansari to the southwest of Aleppo city.

The evacuation is part of an agreement supervised by SARC and the Red Cross that aims at clearing the city of Aleppo of weapons and militants, and evacuating humanitarian cases and a number of families form the terrorist-besieged towns of Kefraya and Foua in the northern countryside of Idleb.

This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.


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