Hundreds of people left the terrorist-besieged neighborhoods of eastern Aleppo city through humanitarian corridors on Monday morning.
A SANA correspondent in Aleppo quoted a field commander as saying that the families managed to leave the neighborhoods as the Syrian army advanced in the districts.
The commander explained that the progress of the army and its allied forces gives the people, who are close to areas which were recently seized by the army, an opportunity to escape the blockade imposed on them by terrorist organizations through the humanitarian corridors.
Aleppo authorities received the families and transported them to makeshift housing centers equipped with all necessary services.
The Syrian army on Sunday secured a safe route for 1,500 people, mostly women and children, leaving Aleppo city’s eastern districts.
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