Aleppo/Hama, SANA-The agreement on evacuating militants and weapons from the eastern neighborhoods of Aleppo city has been suspended after terrorist groups breached it, special sources told SANA correspondent in Aleppo.
The sources said that the suspension of the agreement will remain in place until obtaining guarantees that oblige the terrorist groups to abide by all the agreement’s provisions, stressing on the Syrian side’s full adherence to the agreement and its keenness to end the bloodshed and restore security and stability to the entire city of Aleppo.
Earlier, SANA reporter said that the terrorist groups have breached the agreement as they smuggled heavy weapons, including TOW missiles, heavy machineguns and kidnapped people via the buses and cars transporting terrorists and their families towards the southwestern countryside of Aleppo city.
The reporter added that the terrorist groups fired shells and sniper bullets on the buses and ambulances at al-Ramousseh crossing, noting that the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) which are supervising the evacuation process had to withdraw all buses and cars from the crossing.
Over the past 24 hours, some 8079 terrorists and members of their families were evacuated on ten batches via busses and ambulances from the neighborhoods of Salah-Eddin, al-Ansari, al-Mashhad and al-Zibdiyeh to the southwest countryside of Aleppo city.
Evacuation of humanitarian cases from al-Fouaa and Kafraya suspended due to terrorist attack on busses
Terrorist organizations shelled Baqlo crossing in al-Suqailabiyah area that tens of busses were scheduled to pass through on their way to al-Fouaa and Kafraya to evacuate humanitarian cases and a number of families.
SANA reporter in Hama said that all the busses which were waiting near the crossing for the final arrangements to enter to al-Fouaa and Kafraya left al-Suqaylabiyah city after terrorist organizations bombarded the crossing with rockets.
He pointed out that the evacuation process has been suspended currently after the terrorist attack.
Tens of busses were scheduled to enter the two towns to bring humanitarian cases out of the terrorist-besieged al-Fouaa and Kefraya towns which are targeted continuously with rockets and machineguns by the terrorists of “Jaish al-Fateh”.
Later in the evening, terrorists from Jaish al-Fateh shelled al-Suqailabiyah city with rocket shells, with a source at Hama Police Command saying that the shells fell in the surroundings of the city, causing material damage to locals’ properties.
On December 6, the only hospital in al-Fouaa town went out of service after it was hit by a rocket shell fired by Jaish al-Fateh terrorists.
Manar al-Frieh/Manal/H. Said