المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Displaced from al-Quneitra | Administration of Abu al-Zendin crossing refuses access of 30 families to countryside of Aleppo

Al-Quneitra province: The displaced families from al-Quneitra are still at Abu al-Zendin crossing, which is under the control of the Turkish forces and their proxy factions, near the city of Aleppo, as the families are awaiting at Abu al-Zendin crossing after passing through regime forces crossing, in light of refusal by the Turkish forces to let them enter the countryside of Aleppo

On the other hand, a popular demonstration took place at the Center roundabout in the city of al-Bab, east of Aleppo, denouncing the Turkish attitude regarding the closure of crossing for these families.

Earlier today, Syrian Observatory activists reported seeing three buses entering Um Batna town in the meddle countryside of al-Quneitra countryside in preparations for evacuating nearly 30 suspicious individuals with their families to north Syria region. This development comes after an agreement between the military security branch and the Russians on one hand, and the Central Commission in Hawaran and some of the area’s dignitaries on the other. It is expected that the buses, which have just left Um Batna, will head to al-Bab area in the north-eastern countryside of Aleppo. On On May 15, reliable sources in south Syria region informed SOHR that an initial agreement has been reached between the military security branch on one hand, and the Central Commission in Hawaran and some of the area’s dignitaries on the other. The new agreement stipulated for the evacuation of 30 wanted individuals and their families from Um Batna village in al-Quneitra countryside to north Syria in no more than five days.

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