المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

YPG and the factions in the countryside of Aleppo decide to secure the people stuck on the Syrian–Turkish border and transfer them to Afrin and countryside of Idlib

Aleppo Province:
A leading Kurdish source in Afrin area (which is controlled by YPG) reported the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that the YPG met with leaders of factions in the northern countryside of Aleppo, and agreed to secure a haven and shelter for the displaced Syrians who are stuck on the Syrian–Turkish border, near Bab al-Salamah border crossing, and the sources confirmed to the Observatory that according to the agreement they will open a humanitarian corridor from Azaz to Afrin for the families displaced from their towns and villages in the countryside of Aleppo, and to provide immediate treatment for the emergencies and ill people who need to be treated as fast as possible, as well as to accommodate the largest number of them in Afrin area, and transfer another part of them to Idlib countryside passing through Afrin area, under the supervision and protection of the YPG, which will work to secure the road for them, it is worth mentioning that thousands of Syrian citizens are still stuck on the Syrian–Turkish border, and they were not allowed by Turkish authorities to enter its territory yet, while some of them entered the Syrian side of Bab al-Salamah border crossing.

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