Damascus/Idleb, SANA – 22 buses have left Aleppo city towards Kefraya and al-Fouaa towns in Idleb countryside within the recent agreement which provides for evacuating terrorists from al-Yarmouk Camp, liberating the besieged people in the two towns and releasing those kidnapped from Ishtabraq village on two stages.
SANA correspondent in Aleppo said that more buses are to be prepared before heading for al-I’yes crossing 17 km south of Aleppo city.
According to the agreement, the buses will transport 1500 people from the besieged towns of Kefraya and al-Fouaa to al-I’yes crossing after which they will be taken to Jabrin temporary housing center on the eastern outskirts of Aleppo city.
The process will be implemented in parallel with the exit of buses carrying terrorists from al-Yarmouk Camp towards Idleb.
The correspondent noted that Syrian army units have removed earthen berms constructed by terrorist groups at the entrances of streets and residential neighborhoods and combed the northern entrance of the Camp from mines to ensure a safe passage for buses.