Update – 5th batch of terrorists to leave the countryside of Hama and Homs to northern Syria

Homs, SANA- Preparations have started for the evacuation of the fifth batch of terrorists and their families from the countryside of Hama and Homs towards Idleb as part of the implementation of the agreement reached earlier.

SANA’s correspondent reported that 30 buses carrying nearly 1500 terrorists who reject the settlement were prepared on Sunday, and they exited from al-Rastan passage towards a final gathering point in the vicinity of al-Rastan Bridge.

The buses were inspected thoroughly to prevent terrorists from forcing anyone to exit under pressure or threat.

The correspondent added that the ready buses are standing near al-Rastan Bridge on the international highway waiting for the exit of the rest of buses which are being prepared in a number of villages and towns in Homs northern countryside.

The work is still continuing to prepare more buses to enter al-Holeh and Talbessa areas to evacuate the terrorists who are unwilling to have their cases settled along with their families and to move them together in one batch through al-Rastan corridor.

The buses are also being inspected thoroughly at the city bridge before they reach their final destination.

The terrorists later will be transported to northern Syria under the supervision of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent.

The reporter indicated that the villages of al-Qantara al-Shamalyia, al-Qirbatyia, al-Sathyiat, Deir Foul and Aidoun have become completely free of terrorism after evacuating all terrorists from them last night on board 53 buses through al-Rumaila corridor to Idleb.

On Saturday evening 86 buses carrying the 4th batch of terrorists and their families left the countryside of Homs and Hama to northern Syria in preparation for declaring this area free of terrorism.

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