Four buses carrying 261 wounded from the towns of Kefraya and Foua arrived to the south of Aleppo city on Monday as part of an agreement to evacuate civilians from terrorist-besieged towns in Idleb’s northern countryside, according to SANA’s correspondent.
Later in the afternoon, three new buses carrying dozens of injured and sick people from Kefraya and Foua arrived in the Al-Ramousa area south of Aleppo in preparation for transporting the evacuees to temporary housing centers in Jebrin.
The agreement also included evacuating terrorists and their families from the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo city under the supervision of the Red Cross and the Syrian Red Crescent.
The reporter added that 51 buses carrying a new batch of terrorists and their families left the neighborhoods of Zebdiyeh, Salaheddin, Mashhad and Ansari in the eastern part of Aleppo heading to the southwestern countryside.
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