Aleppo, SANA – A number of Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) ambulances transporting people with critical conditions from the terrorist-besieged towns of Kefraya and al-Foua’a in Idleb and a bus carrying 42 abductees from Estabraq arrived at al-Ees corridor south of Aleppo city, SANA’s correspondent said.
The correspondent said that 5 people in critical conditions and 18 others accompanying them were transported from Kefraya and al-Foua’a by SARC ambulances on Tuesday to al-Ees corridor.
All the humanitarian cases suffer from serious injuries as a result of the terrorist attacks on the two towns, said the correspondent.
The arrival of the humanitarian cases and abductees is part of implementing the first stage of the agreement for the exit of terrorists from Yarmouk Camp in Damascus and freeing the people besieged in the two towns, and freeing the abductees from Eshtabraq town.
The correspondent indicated that liberating the abductees and evacuating the humanitarian cases was carried out in parallel with the exit of 5 buses transporting 200 terrorists from al-Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus.
A number of the freed abductees expressed overwhelming happiness for being freed from terrorists’ grip and paid tribute to the heroes of the Syrian Arab Army and to all those who contributed to end their suffering.
Speaking to SANA, the freed abductees pointed out that the abduction days which lasted for over two years were harsh in the true meaning of the word due to the criminal acts of terrorists.
The families inside the towns are wary that the terrorist organizations might target the buses carrying the trapped people during their evacuation, according the local sources.
On Monday, 22 buses have left Aleppo city towards Kefraya and al-Foua’a towns to transport the first batch of the besieged people inside the two towns (about 1500 civilians) to al-Ees corridor after which they will be taken to Jabrin makeshift center on the eastern outskirts of Aleppo city.
42 abductees from Eshtabraq freed:
5 humanitarian cases evacuated from al-Foua’a and Kefraya: