The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

More than 20 thousand of displaced people are leaving al-Wa’er neighborhood while thousands are getting ready to exit in the last joint batch towards the Syrian north

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the preparations continue in al-Wa’er neighborhood in Homs city to get out the rest of displaced people, where reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that the number of displaced people who are scheduled to exit in the last batch where they will be displaced in 2 joint batches one of them will head towards the ” Euphrates Shield ” forces’ controlled areas in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo while the other one will head towards Idlib province, it’s suggested for the 2 joint batches which scheduled to move in the next 24 hours to include from 3 to 5 thousand persons of fighters and their families and also civilians refusing ” the reconciliation and settling conditions with regime forces ” and the preparations continue in conjunction with entry of the Russian Military Police Forces into large parts of al-Wa’er neighborhood.

Cross sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that number of displaced people of al-Wa’er neighborhood within the agreement which had been reached to before more than 2 months between representatives of the neighborhood and the regime authorities passed 20 thousand persons because many civilians refused to stay in the neighborhood and they were willing to head towards the Syrian north and to the northern countryside of Homs because they were afraid of the regime forces to take their sons and join them to the mandatory military service and to the ranks of their forces, while it was scheduled for only 12ooo persons of fighters and their families and also civilians willing to leave to get out and most of them are from Homs ancient city and outside al-Wa’er neighborhood within the agreement between the regime authorities and representatives of the neighborhood.