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A month after shelling escalation… await for signing an agreement in al-Wa’er neighborhood after reaching a common consensus

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights was informed by reliable sources that it is expected tomorrow for an agreement to take place between regime’s authorities and those in charge of al-Wa’er neighborhood mediated by Russia, where sources confirmed that both parties have reached a consensus about items, which included the start of getting out the first batch after one week for those who wish to leave, they will be headed to the northern countryside of Homs or Idlib or to Jarabulus area, and also opening the crossings for the entry and exit of al-Wa’er neighborhood, and that committees will be formed to oversee and configure the exit operation .

The meetings took place between the negotiating committee in al-Wa’er neighborhood and between regime’s authorities, and ended with reaching a an agreement about common items, after more than a month of violent and intense shelling on the neighborhood by the regime forces and militiamen loyal to them, using all kinds of machine guns, artillery, mortar and tank shells and missiles believed to be ground-to-ground and raids by warplanes, which killed and wounded more than 250 persons, amid severe shortage of medical staff and specialties, in addition to the lack of medicines and medical equipment and severe shortages of some of them.

Idlib Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
A young man was killed earlier in bombing by the warplanes on areas in Ariha city.

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